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Array V:  ������t   CS-l-   -!"������--    __������_       --V.  ���������  ~-;/r:   /.--������������������<'���������   -,-   - '.->-- " \. ������������������"-..    '-, .>.'jv.>������ 5 ;-'   -".    ,. ' ������������������ *.    .,  ���������    ���������::-:-V*?"-,._-^ -J^'".-���������>- ���������-;���������/-������������������'���������"  .-���������  : - . /? -J'       "'    ���������'        j������*^  Yi ���������]/&&'_{*-?-?���������������**������*-&��������� &\ r^vrf*3-<_ ���������;���������&-/.������#>**. ^  7  *  A Journal Devoted Especially^ tb.'jh������ interests of Comox Olstrict  .*;*.  <-* *;*-������>*  mwmm  ipiKMiniipn���������m,  The News, Twentieth Year.  CUMBERLAND   B. C,    WEDNESDAY,   'AUG. 34,   :9i2  Subscription $1.00 a-Year!  em  IIKIUIMIIIflilllM  zk^  ... m  PAY-DAV OFFERINGS IN NEW GOODS  Men's Neckwear  In the very newest shades anil  patterns in strings,  four in baud, bows, hook ons and batwings, at every price  Ment Half Hose  . In lisle, silk and cashmere; a very large assortment  in ;altno&. every shade, in stripes, plains and figured pat  terns'from 40c to 75c per pair.  Men's Fine Shirts -  In laundered, lounge, negligee and outing shirts,  correct shades.'and patterns, detached collar to match,  exceptionally neat from $1.00 to $2.50 eacli.  Combination Underwear  1  Try .a suit aud you will wear no other; elastic waist  bauds, very comfortable at $1.25 per suit.      ��������� ���������  MEN'S FALL S#OES -Slater')���������First shipment has  arrived, in the very newest in patents, tans, vice kid and;  box calf from ������4 to $6.50 per pair.  SO '  m  fa9*tflr^������**4t*������**^**^s*^  ��������� FOR  STOVES  ' AND  .RANGES  Furniture and Household  Baths,^  Lavatories,  Plumbing,  Plumbing r  Supplies  We have the most up-to-date stock in men's soft, stiff and  sailor hats in correct shades and slices.  .  PlIONK  Si  I ���������    !___���������  SIfllOfi" I_iEISE__%,iS_ CO.���������&<&%��������� >&4>^fy*^^  __^_-r_-___-fT__-..-Tfct|-7rrr_  Mr. Angus  MoKinnnn, of Bel-  ciuo:-, Sutslr., uncle of Mr. ,A. , Mc-  .Kinnon of thi. city, was. in   town  for u tliort tin*! this week.'"* . ,        _     , ...  ������r      ,, ,,,.���������. .        j in   one   p nee   to   no   unicd.in  Mr,   Harry   Williams returned - '  help has been an inspiration lo  us all. This is u world of change;  a world in which'ties are Fevered  fronr Duncan on'   Saturday even  ing  St.  Thu Sundirv school of  ���������George1 is Prcsby'orian church will  m-opon on Sunday, August, ISth,  til 2 p. 111, All tlio children aro  ������.>.\p_..l.d to be present.  Presentation  The Indies' Aid ������f St. Goorge'B  ! Prc.pyterifiu elm roll mot on Fri-  <lny evening Inst, at the home of  Mrs. John Fraeor, for the pur���������  po,*eof extending a farewell to  IVln-. Jt."Hnlcrov, who i������ about  to leavo this city for Namiiino.  Twonty-liw Indies gathered, and  a very happy evening was spout..  After rofi'cshiiionts liutl boon >*ui������  votl, a ptofiontaliou vvttb mado to  the departing member, of n boan  tiftil copy of tlio Presbyterian  Hook of PriiiHc. and a ������ilvor  mounted butter dish and knife,  flccompftiiloil by '-ie following  acMrcRs:���������.  Donr Mvfi, Ilalcrow;���������If anything could hitvo cut-sod tlio l_.11-,  dies* Aid of St. George'������ Presbyterian church, special puin, it wns  tho ncwfi that nv.du'd their oara  ol' your  decision   |t<������  U'aw   this  ciiy,   and   with   your   hus-d.and,;  ���������     .   .... 1 , :.,   n,,.    ,,:,,.    ,,r  Nnnaiuio, For twenty yean* you  hnvo bcon an active worker in tbo  juUn'cats of tlm church. In thouo  cniiy diiys < f iiorvico for the Man-  U*i here, ufuiiiic.-, under tiytng  eirci'iiKiitiifcs tunl ps'-fdinistif.  Con<lilioiii5, your hi**h opliiiiitiin  nrul In-.ufy l;itig|������ hr.i* cl'^ered us  ������>H, and tijjhton until thy pie.i-  ������",1!,  i|io;nont yunr    fy'wyuihuliu  another. To-night wo realize  that our keenly felt loss will bo to  tho church and Ladies' Aid of  Niinaimo a specific .gain. Wo  have met this, evening to honor  you before you tnko your departure  and wo auk you to accept this  gift as a slight token of our ic  gard for you. Tho gift may bo  smallj but it.betokens an nlfoc-  tion for your 'personal qualities  which are genuine, and-when you  open this book pf prtnso in the  church of your adopted city and  blond your voice in song with  the voices of ptlior worshipers, wo  sincerely hope you will occasion ���������  ally think of tho church in ���������Cum-  pcrlund and tlio niuny Monde you  have loft ..behind. Wo further  hope nud"'pmy that when tho day  of christian servicu for tho M������������-  tor is ovor here, f*������ll yo������ obey  tho Huiiinions that culhi you to 11  higher "sphere, you may hear  Him nay unto you. before tho  umltitudo that 110 man can number that stand boforo tho throne,  "Sho hath dono what hIio   could."  The Ideal Storu liua moved to  the now Dallos building,  Mws Hertiia (tanks and Mim  Nellio Wulkor arrived homo from  Port Avigolefl on .Sunday.  A largo number of cholem in.  f,.('fr>il      lii',/fi!       1i',>vri      'IJi ���������.���������������. ../ul      ot  Chinatown lust week by order of  a governmont iriflpcctor, also 11  number throughout a portion of  tlie dititiict.  H, S. City of Nimaimn bus men  rceoi.'tly nob! to llsn '.Vimlnul  He un Niivigaliun ���������Co., of Vancouver, for the IIowm f*'oun;5 t������ndi������.  Hint will I e compl.tcly i,vi'rbnub.-d  aud re nirtuig"!  COMOX ITEMS.  Mr. Rogers, manager of the  British Columbia Sugar Refining  Co., and President of the Vancouver Yacht Club, came up in  his fine yacht ou a pleasure trip aud was anchored on  Saturday last, in Comox harbor,  A vory enjoyable iv dance was  held iu the K. of P. hall ou  the evening of Saturday laf.t, at  which there wns a good alien  dance. Iho music, was furnished by Mr. and Mrs,-'Martin, of  the "Elk" Hotel, aud was very  much .appreciated by all,   v  "Jack" Martin of iho "Elk''  Hotel, contemplates in the near  future enlarging his hotelVwhich  when completed will make this  hold one of tho most up-to-date  in the district. Mr. and Mrs.  Martin, who are experienced h"-  lei people, are estimable "hosts,"  always treating their patrons in  first class style,  The death occurred at Nanaimo on Friday Inst, of Marshal  llray, ono of Nnuaiiuo's best  known and most respected re.si  dents. It was three years last  May since Mr, Bray was stricken  with paralysis which took away  his power of speech nnd left  him piacticaDy in a helplivs  condition He gradually grew  weaker, bin decline incoming moro rapid during the past  week, and his death though siu.!������  den wns not unevpee'ed. lie  acceplcd.au engagement in 1878  in the business house of Mi, Jus,  Abrauis, which he held until  liSBo, when he was appointed  gov<'-nwni'ut agent, which position lie held until I'Vbru-  aiy, 1909, when he was .supcr-  aiiualcd by the Provincial govern  ment.  Negotiations are said to have  closed ou Thursday last, lor tbe  sale of the Vancouver Urewors,  Co., Ivtd., aud the Canadian  Blowing Co. Ltd., which includes "the Nanaimo brewery, .0  a syndicate of American brewers.  The Anhcuser Uusch Hrewing  Co, of St. Louis, is said to be at  the head of the syndicate and  the representatives were in Vancouver ou Thuisday.���������Nanaimo  Herald. _  The lirPt term of The Courtenay Ladies College will .. coin -  nicuce on September 23rd.  Principals, Mrs. Hardy, of Courl-  enny, aud Miss Glenny, of Cheltenham Ladies College, England,  This college is i>itualed at Court  euay, Vaucouvtu* Isluud,  A. H. Peacoy in movinn; into  bis new >>toie.  Mr, Collin,  manager of Camp  boll J-iron. dry goods department-,  has   been, eunllned to iho  lioin:c  for piiot week with    rlieumiiticR,  Cleorge Stevens, of Day no  Sound wns in town on Wednesday,  flie CuitoW Depar.m.nt Stores,  ���������GROCERY : BULLETIN  Magic Baking Powder, 12 oz tin, reg 25e eale 20c  Small White Beans, reg 3 lbs lor 2oc sale 4 lbs for 25e  .Speckled Beans, icg 3 lbs for 25c sale i. _b_ for 25e  Ramsey's Sodas, 2 lb tin reg 80e ' RaU������ 25c  Mooney's Soda.*?, 2 lb pails reg {Joe hale 25e  Parisian Billing,  reg 8 pkgs for 25c sale _ fur 25c  Liquid Bluing,' 2  pt, bottles reg 25c now 20c  Queen City Catsup, pt bottle reg 25c. ^ n������w 20c  Bine Label Catsup,  leg 35c now iiOc  Bakers's Sweet Clioe.obite, 1 lb packet reg  35c*. now 30c  "       Cocoa, \ lb packet reg 35e '...- now 30e  Lyniington's Coflee l.Fsence, reg 4'5c now 40c  Canada Corn Starch, reg ioc now lOe  Olympic Pancake Flora', reg 45c now S5c  Five Bo^s Flower, 49 lb sack, reg $2 now $1 .)0  Marischino Cherries, 2 lb bottle reg 05c 50c  Columbia Lime Juice, reg 40c : now 30c  Life Buoy and Sunlight Soap, reg 4 for 25c. .now 5 for 25c  Granulated Sugar, 20 lb sack, reg Sl.'oO now 31.40  Phone 10  P. O.  Box 100  ������__r.jimw_������--������w-_a-Wfc-������*_|*.uia������-j__������^^  g-_a_____---w,-������Ma-3_-������_<a ������Trtt-*_ra������i_��������� _���������.������. im ._. '^*'*W!Vpamt&aw-&M5mB *���������  ting of  The Council  Rcgularjrieetiog;  oj City  Coun������-  cil was held on Nfoiiday evening,  there being present Aid. Bevc.idge,  Ca,oipbeii^a4.li8. Willard ar-d tho  mayor.  Minutes of -previous regular nnd  ppecial meetii\fiH w.ro read and  Adopted.  ��������� Communicntion was received  from II. L. Cle-uents, M. P., stating that he wns taking rp 'lift mat-  tor to loworirg the ; ost < flicc sidewalk so ns 1.0 conform lo stres*  .srnde, was Inid on tho table lo  pomo future date.  Accounlfl : -W. S. 1). SiddnlL  .$30.00: Dominion Governmont. 2.76  Viuiconvor Rubber Co. 5lf5 2f);  F. Dnllo*. 7 25,   Inlands,   143 88  A bill of .liltS.Oo war iirefcn'cd  for ro wirinj. City Hull. Bofcrred  lo Financo Com mil Ire.  Chief Oi'iiy'B report:-Senvonprr.  1.113.00: Night. Police, .2 50; IT.-ril  Ront.'iO.flO; Polico Court, 10 CO;  TtoadTux. J-J.00; Dor Tax, 10 Of);  Urcwinfi Co.: 5.00 -rTotal 2-10.00.  J. Smith nddrcHood Iho Board ie  men having to work nino liourp on  nidewalkc for M. when the City  bud piuviiiusly given $,r������ for.ap  8  hour day, and recpu-Bled 'bat ihe  mayor and itldormnn luko .ti.*p*j to  'protect tliO' woi'kin.inon v^bo woro  bninj5 ilrlviui like h!uv������h, AlleM  Piclturd alf-oiuldro'.^ul Iho liimrd  and tried to eonvlnco them thai  tho eitbdriH of OumborhuHl iv������n������  being noedlondy inconvoniencod by  iho conlriictor)*,  Moved by Aid Boveridge, second  ed Ivy-Aid Willard that Mrs. Pironi  be refunded her taxes for 1912.  Re disposal of   old sidewalk, the  ,__!_LrlMiL__L-I*__-M^  instructed to rlidpoa'e of then, as h^  saw fit.  . ThWollowifrg'plftec-* ������fre'rej/ort  ed in nn unMiiitury' conditfonj 1"  Edward's preiuiaea on Dunpmui.  Ave, and Kilpalricls;B stable It  was decided to inbtul tewers ou  same at expense of parties cpuccnj  ed  A largo inotor bus is on the  run between, Nanaimo andCun/  berlnnd.  ���������"^-  T\Jr.'1'homnri Riipso'.I, who ro.  contly resigned tho management  of the management of the Extension Minos, waa on Saturday,  July 27th, presented with an ad������  drew, a -.(did leather cl  ciiair, and a  .sectional leather chair and a hcc  tioiial bookciifu. in eioly Engliuh  rttyle, while Mrs. Russell was tho  recipient of u chest- of nolid Hilvei*  cullery as a mark of the high us������  tpoii) in which they were ho.ld iu  the city and dir-irjct.���������Mr, Rus,  wan iii.iiiugei' of our local mim-i.  for several ycart.  ������  .loo Walkor of tho New   Engt  inud Hotel, is ���������somewhat   under'  the Weal hor.  Now \Vc'������tininPt<*r defeated  Vain'oiiver at laeros-so ou Sat 11 r-  day by a ������coru of 0 tti <!,���������-It  )ook������ in* if il wero iij) 'with  Vancouver;,  J_D__BBSB_0B_fiKBl^^  Gala Grace Cor  ltfIS'___l^__.^ij^a������!J________^^  CAAil'iJi'XL iJitOh,, have jiut opwiiod it full iiingo ot liu-br  oxqnUifo Cornets, for which thoy aro agents. They have every (v.inlidonco In inviting Inspection of tuimo.  LadicH high eluss "V ASS A It" .SHOICS made <<n the latest  New Vork inodolH and from the beet inateiiitlu. High tun  1ml lulled and laced hIiocm in patent.leather and box en If.  \i^l!^9aV*^  Iros.  X  ___���������______��������� y*wn>������h*_������i.-������* *"������������������_*  ���������%ait>*x.  lrtgt������.i;tt.^r^i������_lff)aft������>*'Ha*j*^ '-JH-gaBS.  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. 1*. a  IN THE-  BALANCE  y  By L 6. MOBERLY  Author of  "Dan and Another," "A T_ngl������a  Wtb,"   "Sin of Allien Detr-  Ing,*'  etc., etc.  WARD,  L03K   t CO., LIMITED  London, Melbourne and   Toronto.  (Continued..  It was useless to try and thrust  Dynecourt. and his looks and speech  into tho hackg-vmnu of her thoughts;  iho1* would not. remain there, but  thrust ilienistfl-.es before her whatever  she wis doing. Ho had been lo Mansmere the day before, lie hiel Known  Tritton���������slightly. Hut if lie only  Knew lilm slightly, why did ihe news  ot the in:\'.rs violent death produce  _o profound an effect upon him'.' lie  hni_ moved and spoken like., one in. a  nightmare, and all (he time his eyes  had held such strange horror, his  words had only echoed hers. What  had he known of Tritton? When  and where had he known him? The.e  thoughts flitted across Clare's brain  with distracting'persistence,.-until' a  ���������..'.���������eat horror, seemed to possess her, a  horror from which she could not shake  herself free. She was thankful that  her last hour i,n the ward was a busy  ,on., that very'little time for thought  was left, her, and she almost'dreaded  the drive to Waterloo, when she would  have leisure to think again.  Nor were her feelings rendered less  acute when, on reaching the station,  she found that her brother had not  yet arrived, but that Oliver Dynecourt  stood waiting for her, as her cab  tirore up io. the entrance. Some of  the horror had lelt his eyes, but his  face still looked pinched and drawn,  and His manner was curiously irritable, i '....���������'������������������"  "1 thought J would come and see you  and Bevan off," he said, "_' should  like to send a message tp her���������-to  Dorothy," he began as soon as Clare  had paid and dismissed her cab, "this  news���������makes one fee!���������*' The last  words were spoken under. Ms breath,  nnd Clare saw that his hand closed  an evening paper he  feverishly ove  held.  "Is there something more about the  murder there?" she a_k... when, having takn her ticket, she and Dynecourt walked on to the platform,  "have they found out���������"  She stopped short, au icy hand seemed to grip at her heart, she could only  look into her companion's face with^a  quest ion written all over her own.  'They haven't found tiie murderer  if that is what you were going to say,"  he answered sharply, "the inquest was  _at_onc-th.il ty to-day. _It has been- ad  .burned" for (Turther evidence. But  ���������Hernesley���������is still in custody."  "Oh! it is monstrous, perfectly moiy_-  trous," Clare exclaimed hotly, "what  possible evidence ran they have  against him? Why did anybody ever  suppose he could be- guilty?"  "If, if it was not a personal friend  of ours, I suppose we should all say  the evidence is very damming." Dynecourt, answered hurriedly, They had  sat down upon a seat beyond the  hooking office, and he spread out the  crumpled paper he held.  "It seems that Hernesley's stick  wns found beside tho body, and that  from traces of hair and blood upon tlie  stick there can be no doubt, that it  was Iho weapon used to strike down'  poor Tritton," Dynecourt went on,  still speaking ��������� with, nervous haste;  "there is evidence to show that  Hernesley and Tritton had an interview tlio same afternoon, out.olde your  brother's gate, and an old cottager  who lives on tho common stated that  ho had seen young, Tritton,talking ,to  ia (all gentleina;. at ihe coiner of the  jlane a few minutes before the murder  jnsust have been committed, lie won't  '.absolutely swear that the gentleman  was Sir allies, but he is strongly of  the opinion, that it was he."  "it might have been���������anybody,''  Clare said a little breathlessly, and  wishing she had nol noticed how her  'ompanion'r. hands wete trembling,  'there are so many tall gentlemen in  the world." _    .  "Ves, of course, but���������there is*, som.-  h'.ng really worse, more damning  than all these smnllev things'. A letter was found iu the dead man's pocket, a letter from his mother to Sir  George Hernesley, Sir Miles' uncle,  proving most convincingly that the  man who called himself Denis Tritton should really have been called S'"  George's grandson. You see, if this  were true, it would mean that Sir  Miles would have to resign his title  and his fortune. That letter supplied  ���������a motive."  "Oh!" Clare gasped out, "that is th.  worst thing you luive told me���������far,  far more serious than the stick and the  interview between the two. men. Hut  surely there might be other people who  had a grudge against Mr. Tritton?  Sir _\Iile.3���������no, I can't believe that Sir  Miles would kill a man, even if the  man was taking away his inheritance.  He is a,, good man, and he is a self-  controlled man. ' To accuse him of  murder~-Oh, the thing is unthinkable."  "What a loyal friend you are!" Dynecourt looked into her eyes with'a hungry appeal in his own which made her  heart ache. ."I believe you would be  as loyal to a friend if he"were guilty,  if all the world were against him." , -  "When I care for someone, I care  for them through ../everything," she  answered very low,"it would hurt me  ���������it would hurt me intolerably if a  friend of nunc steppe4 down from his  high place and did a wrong of which  I had not thought him capable. But  my friendship would go on; I should  care for him just the same, even���������:if  ���������he���������had���������committed a crime." '  "Even if he had���������murder���������on hi3  hands or���������in his heart?"!  Dynecourt spoke rapidly, excitedly.  They bad both forgotten their prosaic  surroundings, both were too absorbed  to remember the grey railway station,  Ihe panting trains, tho hurrying people.  Clare -looked full into the troubled  dark eyes.  "Even it-Uhe friend I cared forbad niurder���������on his hands or in his  heart, .1 should be faithful to him,"  she said simply. "I���������am made that  way. When I give my frieuds'nip a-:  all, I give it���������for always���������and always���������and always."  "If I were not bound, T should ask  you���������" Dynecourt leaned forward and  touched her hand impulsively, only to  be interrupted by Sevan's musical  voice saying���������  ��������� I thought I was going to miss the  train, Sis, and you are sitting here as  calmly as if you meant to miss it, too."  -���������During-the-journey���������the���������revolving  wheels sang one sentence, and one  only, in Clare's cars, with unwearying  persistence.      . ;. ^  "If L-were,not-bound,11 should- ask  you���������"  If he were not bound? But to whom  then, was he bound? And what wa3  the interpretation of his Avords?  TAINTED   MONEY  TWO WOMEN  TESTIFY  What Ly dipt E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Did For  Their Health���������Their own  Statements Follow.  Hnliburton, P.T..I.:���������"I hnd a doctor  examine me and he said I had falling of  tho womb, no I have been taking Lydld  E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound and  it bus done mo n lot of good. All tho  botirinpf-down pains hnvo vanished.- I  havo gained ten pounds in weight, tho  (liHclinrgo in nil gone, nnd I feci bettor  thnn I havo for a long time. I think nny  womnn Jh foolish to mifTur as I did for  tho Hnko of a few dollars.  " You can uno my letter as a testimonial. J t may encourage other poor women  whomillVr uh I did to mm your Vegetable  Compound."��������� Mrs. (i.:o. Coi.ucutt,  Hnliburton, Lot 7,1\E.J.  Koiirt Whnt TJiI.m Woman Sivywt  New Mooroflfild, Ohio.���������'* I take groat  plonsuro in thanking you for wliut your  VcgetabloCompound  him dono for inf. I  had bearing down  pains, W88 dizzy tind  weak, bad p/fln������ in  lower back and could  not bo upon my feet  long enough to got a  metjl. An long as I  laid on rny bnck I  would fool hotter,  I       I     .    I       .      T     , 1 J  ,IV,V     Villi..      _      VlUulHi  get up those bonrlng  down piitys would como back, and tho  doctor snld I had fomnlu trouble. Lydia  K Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound was  tho only medicine that helped mo nnd I  liavo been growing stronger over sincn  I commenced to tako it, 1 bono it will  help other suffering women ns it has mo.  You can use this letter."���������Mrs. ('ah!sm.  Lloyd. Now Moorefleld, Clnrk Co._Q.ilo,  I   ii immiiii ul" 'I   itln _ ��������� im ���������mill Mil    i   i'i   'i - -   --'��������� "* 1���������  W. N. U, 003  CHAPTER XVI ^y.. . ������  In the room which had once been  his mother's sitting room, amongst the  furniture which she had collected  with infinite pains, of which she had  been so Infinitely proud, the man who  had been'known to the world as Denis  Tritton lay waiting for his burial.  Cavi'iod into tho cottage as the ncares''  place of shelter, his body had been  suffered to remain there, chelfly because there was no other very ob  vious place to which it could be transferred, The artist, horror stricken  nnd unnerved as he was by tho tragedy  and by tho advent to hia Iioubo of  this strnnge, silent guest, was novor-  fheless too gentle and loving it soul  to listen for a moment to tho doctor's  suggestion, that Tritton should bo carried to tho village mortuary.  "No���������no," he said quickly, "lot (ho  poor fellow rest in tlio house, which  after nil. was his own, until ho has to  leavo It for the Inst, time," and so  Denis Tritton'lay.thoro. In the littlo  sitting-room amongst his mother's  treasures,. that vory room whero Jlol>  i.y had found tlio letter Which wns ho  strangely to alter Ills fortunes.-' ���������'���������������������������  Hlclmrd llovan had moved Into the  Iioubo of his noJf.fil.or, Mrs. Dyson,  at hor urgent Invitation: and though  tho two Miss Hoi trains, innldou litdlos  cf tiMccrtuin ago, ohook tholr licunls,  and told ono another that It was shocking tlio wny thofc'-o Dysons run after  that poor artist, tho goullo 11''io widow herself neither knew of their 'iron-  p|p nor would havo hooded It had she  known. Hlio wa-c ono of thoso wholly  unworldly women who (.'ti their own  Horono way, ��������� unaffected by tlio Htrifo  of tongues around ll'oiii, cyntenlod to  follow whnt HooiHH.to them moid, light  rognrillosa <f wrat "pooplo may Hay,"  and In "scorn of consequences, Hho  liked Richard Uovnn nnd 1)Im niicoiiven-  tlonnl ways, I lor own pur.) mil urn  recognized In lilm a kindred spirit,  nnd her own simplicity nnd sincerity  Instinctively wiwthat hn was simple  and slncoro, Hho nniiorut ood the  childlike hoii[ Hint lay behind Hoviin's  gontlo brown ttyvs, and hIio had handed  on to her daughter her own slmplo  purity of olinraolor, Holly wan In*  capable of ".mining lifter" nny mini,  and that tho Miss Ilert'iiviiiH could soo  evil In the girl or her mot nor war,  merely a proof of their own Inutile  unguilty in mum. ){  (To lie CYuiUiiiicil)  Scholarships From Slave Money and  Churches Founded from War  Indemnity  Perhaps the most valuable and most  famous scholarships, both at Oxford  and Cambridge, 'are th^ "Craven"  one. The fund which every year  supplies some of the most brilliant  ���������but none too wealthy���������students in  Great Britain yith. the means of becoming great and famous ' in their  special branches of learning'had surely as strange an origin as any of the  kind you can find in scholarship records. X  For when a. certain Earl of Craven  left a large sum of money to be used  for the release of slaves who had been  captured by the Algerian and Bar-  bary pirates and slave dealers, he  could not have had the slightest idea  that the day would soon come when  the money would never be needed for  such a purpose, and when a grateful  Parliament would determine that, instead, tho interest from tho investment should be employed as means  for furnishing the finest scholarships  for poor students at tho two greatest  and oldest English universities. Yet  that, is how the "Craven Scholarships" were founded there.  Famous Lotteries ".'.,  "Many folk oncoohad much to say  against' lotteries in England, and it  was, perhaps, not a bad thing when  they were abolished by law. Yet it  is well worth while remembering that  in their hey-day, public lotteries did  a vast deal of good, as well as a vast  deal of harm.  And when one speculates on the paltry gambling spirit of to-day, which  finds Its outlet in, an attempt to win  a large sum -by spending a sixpence  in making a miserable attempt to  poetise better than somebody else,  one cannot but think that ttie real*  properly-conducted lottery which  could build a British* Museum, a Waterloo Bridge, a* St. Paul's was immensely better as a way of satisfying  and yet keeping in, riglj,t bounds the  fever for gambling which seems to  be in the blood of so many folk. ,  Kor the British Museum, Waterloo  Bridge, and no small part of St. Paul's  were erected from the proceeds of  lotteries, public lotteries, held in these  islands and sanctioned by Parliament.  And what grand results they are, at  any rate, those splendid erections, an)|  how much superior to anything ,whicl.  th. gambling fever produces to-day!  Present Day Examples  Even now, in olhcY countries, these  State lotteries are doing big things  in their own way, however much we  in Britain may agree or disagree with  them. Throughout the German Empire���������and the astute Germans generally know what they are doing in the  money line!���������public lotteries are* of-  ton_ adopted for the purpose of increasing State revenue. A man  .much prefers to pay $25 for a ticket  which may win him "a large sum that  will make hint independent for life,  "and"ineidenially~"pfovide ' l'un'ds"for"  some uecoscary State purpose, than to  bo taxed lo the extent of $20 and see  nothing whatever to his own benefit  for the sum thus^ reluctantly paid to  a, needy Government Last year., in  Prussia, such S_ate lotteries gave a  clear profit to the country of more  .than 422,500,000; nobody grumbled at  paying the money, several folks gained large fortunes, and even those who  were unsuccessful were really little  more out-of-pocket than they would  have been by paying a tax in lieu  of the profit thus made.  -Anbther Curious Case  As another curious way of a,fine  building being provided for strangoiy,  we' may take the case of the Phlll-  potts porch of Truro Cathedral. Tho  late Canon Phillpotts bought a picture  of "Lady" Hamilton" from a frjend for  $150, It turned out later to be a  Romney, and'was eventually sold for  $16,000. Of this sum tho delighted  Canon agreed to give half as a thank-  offering, In order to build tlie splendid porch of the. now cathedral at  Truro, which would otherwise havo  found 'itself badly spoiled for want of  money to finish this part of the structure as It ought to havo boon. dono.  Thon, too, havo we not beforo us  tho interesting instance of Quoon  Alexandra's gift, of the annual profit  from the Bormon 'preached at tho  death of her doarly beloved oldest  son���������which sermon sho caused to ho  published nnd sold nt two conts a  oopy���������to the erection of a clinpol for  tho Cordon Boy's Homo nt Woking?  No loss than close on $10,000 has now  boon devoted by tho Quoon to this  purpose, nnd to-day tho boautlful chapel thero islands-no a monument, of  what n glorious building can arise  from a curious origin,  .__ Boys to Kelp Cultivate Land  The agricultural department of the  United States has succeeded In interesting the boys of many of the  states in the cultivation o������ tb,e land,  This has been done by forming the  lads into clubs and' offering prizes for  the best specimens of corn or other  produce grown by them. The enthusiasm shown by the boys and the  splendid results they have attained  have made th_ movement very popular. As it began in the south the  societies were known as "Corn Clubs"  and the name has been retained even  where corn is not the staple product  of the farm. The plan is one worthy  of imitation by Canadians. Already  the tendency of younger people to do.  anything and everything but cultivate tin land is apparent in many  parts of our counttry. If the passion  for making; things grow were aroused  among tho 'children, more of them  would remain on farms. The growth  of {he cities at the expense of the  rural population is not. a healthy sign.  Agriculture is' no longer work for  mere strength and muscle. The farmer of to-day must be the equal in intelligence nnd business ability of his  brothers in the cities. In no way  can a boy,learn this so well as by  cultivating for himself a lot of land  and bt ing encouraged ^.to compete  with lads of his own age and to enjoy the results of his own Industry.  The chief of police of a provincial  town sent half a" dozen photographs  of a notorious criminal who was Avant-  ed In tliat city to the various police  departments thrc-ghout the country  for distribution among the detectives  to assist in his identification in case  he should be apprehended. Next day  a telegram came from the chief at  Smarleton���������a neighboring town���������saying: Your six "photographs received.  We have succeeded In arresting -four  of the criminals, and expect to get  the other two by tonight.  You cannot afford brain-befogging headaches.  NA-DRl^-CO Headache Wafers  stop them In quick time and clear your head.   They  do not contain either phenacetin, acetanilid, morphine,  opium or any other dangerous drug.   25c. A box at  -your Druggist's. .    ,*"���������-,. . 121  National' Drug and Chemical Co. ������f Canada, Limited.  The albino is still one ot the puzzles of sci'eiic.. Beyond the Knowledge that albinism is due to a iael:  of thj normal pigment in skin and  hair the physiologist and pathologist  are about as much at, sea regaidin:.  tho real explanation of this freak of  nature as they were 100 or 1,000 yeats  ago. As to the ultimate .why of wi--  problem���������why the pigment is' mining in the albino���������there is noMiins-  but a^ collection of unconvincing  guesses. Regarding the statistics of  albinism nothing satisfactory Is obtainable except iu two countries. In  Italy the albinos number about one  in every 20,000. of the population,  whereas in Norway the, rate ,is-twice  as high, with one In c.j.y lt'.u...  No surgical operation Is ne_o._".aiv  in remo* lii!*. corns I. Holbway;; Corn  Cure b<. mod.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATION'S, its thoy cannot Tcacfc  the .eat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional dleca... and In order to cure It you must take  Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken internally, and acts directly upon tho blood and muco-.is  surfaces. Hall's Catarrh-Cure la not a quack mcdl-  etne _���������������"��������� was prescribed by ono of the best physicians  In this country for years and la a regular prescription.  It li composed of tho best tonics known, combined  with the best blood purlflers.-'actlni. directly on the  mucous surfaces. Tho perfect combination ot the  two liu-rcdlents Is what produces such wonderful remits lo,curing catairh. Send for testimonials, free.  1'. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O.  Sold by 1. ruci-lsts, prlro 75c.  Take Hall's I-'amlly pills for constipation.  '    <     "^-  Serial Story  Asoum���������Do you remember the night  I  had  lo  take  you  home  from  the  club in a cab and���������  - Nagget���������Yes. indeed.  ��������� Ascum���������I    don't    suppose    you've  h?artl the last of it yet.  Nagget���������No, my wife's still living.  ���������Catholic Standard and Times.  The greatest ell-breedtng establishment in the world is that or Comac-  chl'o, on the Adriatic, where the industry is carried on with scientific  care. This eel nursery consists of a  gigantic swamp, measuring 140 miles  in circumference, and is of ancient,  origin, since in the sixteenth century  it yielded an annual revenue of  $6,000 to the Pope.  The plow is an ancient implement  -m.s nps si 'eduns u. paAcidiuj -juif)  ply a broad spade that is dragged  along horizontally. It breaks up the  soil to the depth of a few inches, but  it smooths down and compacts the  underlying layer. As this is repeated with each plowing, the subsoil becomes very dense and hard, resisting the penetration and storage of  the water so essential to plant. growth-  Remarkable results have been reported from dynamite plowing, and are  doubtless' due to the loosening of the,  compacted layers to *a considerable  depth. ,  . ,  Not Exactly Intended  lie was a budding author aud hia  wife, determined that his train of  thoughts should'not be trammelled  by domestic worries, said to the new  maid, "Now, Jane, if you want anything always come to me. Never go  lo Mr. Bookmaker unless I am out.",  A few days later there was a knock  at,Mr. Sookmaker's study door, and  in reply to his usual "Come!" the  new maid, fresh and pretty, appeared.  Please, sir, she said. Mrs. Bookmaker  said 1 was never to disturb you unless  she was out. "  Well? said Mr. Bookmaker inquiringly.  She's out, sir.���������Lippincott's.  Life Line Used by Mountaineers  The ropes used by Alpine climbers  is of special manufacture, combining  as far as possible the differing qualities of strength, flexibility and lightness. Three qualities are in general use, being made from Sisal, Italian and Manilla hemps respectively  and occasionally, when cost is not a  consideration, of silk. The latter,  though very light and strong, is not  so durable as the others. That  which finds most favor among British mountaineers is known as Buck-.  Ingham's Alpine rope; it is made of  the best .Manilla hemp.  In the year 1864, Mr. McLeish recalls a committee of the Alpine Club  made tents upon a number' of ropes  suitable for mountaineering. Of the  two that were approved one was. made  of Italian hemp and the other of Manilla. They both had a breaking  strain of two tons and sustained the  weight of a twelve stone man after  falling from a height of ten feet. Non-  mountaineers have sometimes considered this insufficient, but it Is highly  problematical whether ihe human anatomy could survive the sudden compression of a thin rope arising from  any greater fall.���������Fry's Magazine.  Reduced by Asthma.' The con-  slant strain ct Asthma brings the patient to a dreadful state of hopeless  exhaustion. Early use should by al!  means be made of the famous Dr. J.  ,D._Keliogg's_Asthma-Remedy,-which-  more than any other acts quickly  and surely on the air passages^ and  bringa blessed help and comfort. No  ljomo whero asthma is present in the  least, degree should be without this  great remedy.  Rupposo that tho oiiorgy of a ton  of radium could bo utilized In thirty  years, lindcud of being evolved at Its  invarlablo Plow rnto of .1,700 yours  for half-dlHliitograllon, II. would mif*  floo to propel n ship nf IC.OOO tons,  with engliiOH of 15,000 lioi'HO'powor,  nt tho rnto of 115 knot*, an hour for  tlilrly yoni'H--practically the lifetime  of tho ship, To do IIiIh actually ro-  ���������liilroa 1,500,000 toim of tionl���������Sir William HaiiiHny, In Loudon nddrt'HH.  ���������        Modern Railroading  Martin Clardy, of St. Louis, general  solicitor for the Missouri Pacific and  Irpn--Mountain railways, is ^one U\v-  yer who sometimes objects to being  interviewed. And,; when- report.!,  are too insistent, Mr. Clardy has a  stock stpry which he tolls' to shut off  tlio interview.     Say;s Mr. Clardy  Au irate shipper once entered l",io  general, offices-of a railway company.  Whore's the general, superint.ud*  ent? ho demanded.  Out. on'lho road, was the. reply of  tlm. clerk.  Where's, -his assistaut?. This va.-y  angrily.  ,,  , .,-.  Gone to the ball, game! snapped  the, clerk.  Then ,whore's. the vice-president, and  gonori.1 trnlllc manager? oxplodoJ the  shipper. . .  Gone north for tlie summer, was the  still indifferent reply.  Well, then t.ie angry caller fairly  howled, who in thundor Is running  this railroad, anyway?  Oh, if that's what you want to know,  replied tho clerk, as ho reached for  .���������inothtr typewritten report, it's tho  newspapers.-���������Kansas City Journal.  Nature's Way Is The Best.  Buried deep in our American forest we find bloodroot, queen's root, man*  drake and stone root, .olden seal, Oregon grape root and cherrybark. Of these Dr.  R. V. Pierce made a pure glyceric extract whioh has b*en favorably known for  over forty yearn.   He called it " Golden Medical Discovery."  This " Discovery" purifies the blood and tones up the stomach and the entire  system in Nature' own way. It's just the tissue builder and tonic you require  when recovering front a hard cold, grip, or pneumonia. No matter how 6tron*j the  constitution the stomach is apt to be " out of kilter" at times; in consequence  the blood is disordered, for the stomach is the laboratory for the constant manufacture of blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomach-  puts it in shape to make pure, rich, blood���������helps the liver and  kidneys to expel the poisons from the body. The weak, nervous, run-down, debilitated condition which so many peoplo  experience at this time of the year is usually the effect of  poisons in the blood; it is often indicated by pimples or boils  appearing on the skin7 the fac- becomes thin���������"you feel;'' blue".' '"  "More than a week ago I was suffering .with,an awful  cold in my head, threat, breast, and body,'1 writes Mn.  James G. Kent, of 710 L. Street, S. ,E., Washington, D. C.  "Some called it. La Gripp:, some'pneumonia. I was advised  by a friend to try a bottlo of your 'Golden Medical Diseov-.  cry.' I tried a bottle aud It did mo so much good that I feel.  safe In sayipg it is tho greatest and.best medicine that I  ever. took. My health is much better than it was bef������r.  using your medicine. It does all you claim for it and is  J.G. Kent, Es<j.      satisfactory." * ������.  MADE NEW MAN  OF DRINK VICTIM  OUTDOOR LIFE  As|< for Mlnard'B mil Hke no other.  Oettlnfl   Even  The Doctor���������Hark! Whetn'e I horn*  .-Ion ot a,i'Miiy'/  T|!io Lnwynr���������Tiiey come from Iho  olllee of Hie dentlHl, Last week tho  chiropodist operated on the denilRt,  agreeing to lake I).'h hill out In trado;  ami now Iho dentin! Ih tithing It out.   Ha) Ire, i    -  A Move In Time  Aiii;'inluii 'I'm not foml of ijir-  uliigi', Vlulc-I, bill 1 Ik fir your I'niher  on ih" liliilrri, nud I think I hail bettor  ,,!i before tho foot llj;htH.--T.o������ult*i'  Blielch,  The Pittsburg View  I don't know what Uiohc suffragettes  Willi t.  They want tho ballot,  1 any woman has no IiiihIuchh monkeying wllh politics, Wonutn'H placo  Ih Iho bridge club.���������Plllidiurg Pout,  A woman nevir puti' off till to-nicv-  i U II       IllMll      -II";    LUll    ,*>,!.)      lUU.IJl Li.!'.  He Had Another Gijcbb  You arc noon with MIhh Whiffle!rco  n good dfiivl.   "  s  Yph, H'h JuHt a little harmless lllr-  t'ltlnn.  l.i II}' Hho linn linked mo lo ho  ono of tho brldcHmnldH,���������..onion Herald  Modern Childnood  Undo witH trylni?   to toll   it   fairy  Htory unit wim   bohiK   corrccli'd   in  IllltJ   polii!,  Whnt. molten you nny Bliihnd the  Hit Hor wuu a cf rl ? he finally demand  cd.  "8ho won' a boy's suit, hut she wnn  a Kill, nil Huh I, declared thn nophen,  i'vu Been 1mm* in uiuslciil coined),  Will Not Offset the Ill-Effects of Coffee and Tea When One Cannot  Digest Them  A farmer says:  'Fur Urn yours or moro 1 suffered  from dyspepsia nnd stomach trouble,  caused by thn line of coffee, (Tea contains caffeine, tho sumo drug found  In coffeo) until I got so bad 1 had to  Klvo up coffeo entirely and almost,  Klvc up eating. Thoro woro tlinos  when I could cat only boiled milk  and broad; and when I wont,to tho  Hold to work I hnd to lake somo bread  and buttor along to glvo mo Home  Htrongth,  "1 doctored slcndy nnd look almost  everything I could got on my stomach  In the wny of nn dlchin hut If't. got  any bettor It only lasted a littlo whllo.  I was nlniOHt a walking skeleton.  "Ono day I road nn nd for Postum  nnd told my wlfo 1 would try It, nnd  an to tho following facts I will nmlto  uflldavlt lioforo nny Judge:  "1 quit eof.no entirely and usrd  PoBtuin In Hu plnce, -I hnvo r.i;aln������  ed my health entirely nnd can cat  nnvtlilniir Hint Ih conked in e.il 1  havo Increasod in weight unul now  i \suii_ti more than i ever un ( nil,.  not I liken any i.i.'dleino for my htoin-  ach Hlneo I begun lining Postum.  ".My family would allele to coffon nt  Unit, but they saw Iho effects It hud  nn nic und when they were foellnr?  had Ihey bo.;<iii to use Postum one  at a tlmo, until now wo .all ime Pont-  nm," Name given hy Canadian Pout-  urn Co., Windsor, Out.  Ten dayii' trial of Pontum In place  of lea or coffeo provc-ii tlio truth, au  easy and plonrmn't way.  Head the Utile book, 'The Road to  Wellvillc," in iiken.  "Thero'a A Ht\  ::uii." ���������     .  Ever rend the abovo letter? A  new one appears from time to time,  They are genuine, true, *nd full of  human Interest,  a Life to Me Has Taken On  "    New Brightness "  Happy Tribute  of Appreciation  From One Who Took; Treatment at the Neal        i  Institute    ' *���������  "You certainly huvo mado a new  man of him, I never saw a more  wonderful change in an adult. He  |8 no moro llko the man wo brought  to you thnn a pumpkin Is like a  watermelon. I shall always take the  gro.nteut.'Eleauure In Bonding to your  institute' every drinking man 1 enn  Influence." ���������  It la letters llko this which are tho  sunbeams of appreciation thnt brighten almost every mall received at tho  Neal Institute.  The Neal Three-Day Treatment for  the drink habit Ib a perfectly harmless ���������  vegetable remedy taken internally  with positively no hypodermic injections or bad after-effects. Those who  havo Investigated tho results of tho  treatment nro most enthusiastic in endorsing'tlie, work which has restored  'linppiness. to so many, homes, saved  business men from ruin, and enabled  o\ccs8lvo drinkers to stop drinking  for keeps. ( Tho Neal Trcntmopt requires hut threo day's Btny at tho  Instltutb nnd at tho end at this brief  period ono enn return to homo and  family fully restored, with all,tho old  appetite for drink gone, nerves steady  and in good trim, oyes bright, and  brain nctlve.  For further information   and   freo  booklet, call, write or phono.  Neal Institute*Co. Ltd,  2244 Smith Street,  Rcfllna, Sank.  405 Broadway,  Winnipeg; Mnn,  B20 13th Ave. Weot,  Calgary* Alta.  WHAT AN INVESTMENT  Of One Cent Will Bring You       i  I hnvo up my nlenvo a bit of mighty useful Information that I  wnnt to Hend to every live man nnd woman render of thin papor  who nro not joshing when they nny they are looking for happlneea.  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A durable  ^.and effective Interlining for  walls, floors and ceilings.  *'  ���������   Examine DURO carefully at ���������  your dealer's, or write for sample  and Booklet to tho      '        is  Sola Canadian Manufacturers  THE STANDARD PAINT CO.  Many of the  Animals In  Prince  Edward Island.    ,  In some countries the fox is hunted  and k'il.������d for sport, but If you killed  a fox in the Canadian Province of  Prince Edward Island you might wipe  out three or four thousand dollars of  the assets of some citizen. For  they breed foxes in Prince Edward Island, It is estimated that there are  about 500 foxes on the various ranches in that province at the present time  and Charles Daltbn, a member "of the  Legislature, said recently that last  year. $260,000 had changed hands in  the foxjwsiness..  "-"heT success'"which has ��������� attended  some breeders of foxes has caused  very many others to go Into the ranching business, and there are before the  Provincial Legislature, now in session  eight or nine bills Incorporating fox  ranching companies. While the particular fox Is sought to produce what  is called the black fox, it Is really the  animal known ~on^ tho London fur  market, as the silver gray. It was  the pelt of a fox from Prince,Edward  Island that brought the world's record  price, $2,900, In the London market  ten years ago. .   *  Tho explanation of the high price  paid for the Bkln of the so-called black  fox Is that the quantity offered en  the London market has fallen In 30  years from 2,000 to about 300. Two  years ago tho number offered in London was 900 eklns, and 60 per cent  of them brought $500 each.  So Important, has the industry .become in Prince Edward Island that  the Government Is regarding It with  an eye to revenue, and is is suggested  that a tax of $10 on each fox be lev-  led, producing something like $5,000  on the present,estimated fox population of the Island ranchers.  Not every" man who gets a pair of  foxes, whether of tho silver gray or  common red variety, Is' on the high  road to fortune One' of them may  die, or their progeny may die, or they  may be stolen. 3\Jr. Dalton says that  $12,000 worth of/foxes were stolen  In his' district last year. As much as  $7,000, and, it is said even more, has  been paid for a desirable p"air of  breeding foxes.  An Illustration of the uncertainty  of tho industry when conducted by  beginners is found in the story of one  man who one day found in the fox  enclosure a litter of seven pups, but  tho next time he saw them they were  dead. Another lost a litter through  unwise feeding.  Fox ranching ��������� ha3 spread ��������� from  Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. A company  Incorporated in New Brunswick has  dlst ministers, two physicians, an  editor, a "school inspector, two merchants, two manufacturers and- several, farmers.  WOULD FALL  IN A FAINT  When She Attempted to Work, so Exhausted Was the Nervous System  The Feeble, Wasted Nerves Wera Restored and   Revitalized by  ���������     -   ��������� ������������������������    ���������   .v.-!-  ,CfCi        -������i "-rtf*     - ________ '��������� ���������'*'' "1     V..  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  WRITE FOR  PROOF  purifico  cancer1nd������tumor  ���������aiuuUuiBrai-olii Pui-lfloo,C*.< trUgmurg, Int  DIt. ELLIOTT, SPECIALIST. Pill-  vato disease,, and drink habit.  Write 81 Queen East, Toronto.  Watery ]_ye_ and Granulated Kyellrta. Illuo*  tratod Book In each PaokuifC. Uurlnu la  eonipoundod by our Oculists- not a "I'atant, Mod*  lolno"��������� but mod In iiic.tiii-i.iil l'lijralolana' I'rao-  tio. for many joarn.   Now dcdloatod to tho Tub*  tto nnd told by Unicelfltn at 2.0 nnd Wo psrllottl*  iurlno Hjre Salvo In Asoptlo TubtvlM and ate.  Murine Ey������ Romody Co* Chloago  Maud Mullcr on a summer's morn  Heard tho toot of an auto horn.  "Gee!" said Maud, "ain't ho going fast  And then sho thought of tho sighs and  tears  The .ludgo hnd cnuscd hor all those  years.  So she set   her   teolb   and   never  flinched,  Cut took UIh number and had lilm  pinched."     M  '  ���������Worcester Academy Begonia.  Mlnard's Liniment used by Physician:  Two eggs of tlio great auk woro  Bold rocontly In London, ono at 150  guineas, as against au auction price  of 180 .guineas-Homo years ago, nud  the oilier for HO guineas. Thero are  now In oxlHtonoo eighty skins and  seventy threo ogga ot this extinct son  bird.  Roosevelt the Phrase Maker  ~~_li"e"_tre_uMs"lif6rtlie~squwb"dbal,'"  tho larger good, mollycoddles " and  weaklings, tho predatory rich, undc-  slrablo citizens, civic righteousness,  deliberate and infamous mendacity,  and beaten to a frazzle are only' a  few ot Roosevelt's many contributions . to . the expansion, if not to tho  enrichment oL our mother tongue.  Nine tenths of these havo sprung  spontaneously to his lips in tho course  of a speech or a dictation; tho rest  havo been thought out with more or  less caro where he has wished to ex-  pross a particular shade of meaning.  Tho universality of their uso has not  obliterated from tho minds of tho public their association with thoir inventor, and his faculty for putting  Into torso terms so many ideas which  lay inarticulate In tlio thought of other  men, lia^ added vastly,.to his power  of touching their sympathies.���������-Francis  10. Loupp, iu tho Juno Atlantic. -*"  The fact that corporal punishment  Is discouraged in the public ho1ioo|h  oi' Chloiigo Ih whnt led Hobby's touch*'  er to address tills noto to tho boy's  niothor-  Dear Minlnin.--T "regret'very much  to have to Icll you that your son Uob*  ort Idles away his time In disobedient,  tiuurrolBcme, and disturbs,tho pupils  who nro trying to atudy their losnonn;  Ho nfiodti n good whipping, and 1  ���������strongly recoininoiid thnt you glvo  him ouu.    Yours truly, MIhh Blank.  To this Bobby'o mother responded  nn follows: Dear, MIbb Blank,���������Licit  lilm yourself,' I nln't mnd nt him.  Voitrtt truly, Mrs. Dnsh.���������Tho Youth's  Companion.  Theatre for Clean-minded  A minister, head of tho Investigating Committeo of the Toronto Vigilance Association, attended a theatrical performance and Included In his  roport verbatim statements ot some  things said on tho stago. When ho  gave out his report, ho was- arrested  on a chargo of circulating impropor  literature And yet it goes���������on the  Btago. No wonder Iho.theatres aro  losing patronngo. Host pooplo aro  clean in mind and do not wish to he  befouled. It would pay hoiuo then-  tro In rvory big town to maintain such  a standard that it could proclaim itself  as tho thoatro for tlio olefin-nilndcd,  and of coiuao, justify the claim.���������St.  Paul Despatch.  Senator Knyncr was condemning the  argument of a political opponent.  This man, ho said/ misunderstood  mo. Ho inliiuiidorHtood mo as completely ns Iho littlo boy misunderstood tho ear trumpet,  Ono, Sunday morning in church, ns  tho hymn wns beginning, ho snw n  mun tako an onr trumpet from his  bonom and clap it lo his onr,  " Oil, mn, look, ho whlHporcd excitedly to his niothor. Ihnt there gentleman iniiHt bo going,to play by earl-���������  Los Angeles Times.  Nervous Prostration-.la a terrible  disease to all who understand its  symptoms. At times the sufferer  slight exertion the dreadful helpless-  loss returns and all strength and vitality seems to leave tho system.  This letter from Mrs. rMartln very  well describes the terrible condition  in which many a suffertV finds herself. She also tells how she regained health and strength by using Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food after all other  treatments had" failed.  Mrsr Edwin Martin, Ayer's J-llff,  Que., writes:���������"Before I began using  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food I was In a  terrible condition from nervous exhaustion and prostration. Dizzy  spells would come over me and I  would fall to the floor. Tho weakness was so great that I could not so  much as sweep the floor without fainting, "but the nerve food helped me  after .the doctors failed. It has done  wonders in building up my nervous  system. I can, do my own housework now and. washing, and feel that  this great medicine has1 been a Godsend to me. I think it is the best of  medicines," ^  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50c. a box,  G for $l,.50, at all dealers or Edman-  son, Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  The Only Way  An elder, while baptizing converts  at a, revival meeting, advanced with  a wiry, sharp-eyed old chap into the  water. He asked the usual question,  whether there was any reason why  tho ordinance of baptism should not  be administered. After a pause  tall, powerful-looking man who was  looking quietly on remarked, "Elder,  I don't want to interfere in your business, but I want to say that thi3, is  an old sinner you have got hold of,  and' that one dip won't do him any  good; you'll have to anchor him out  in dee;) water over night."���������Life.'  Tho President of Switzerland  Thft President ot Switzerland Is  so hedged about hy the Constitution  that, except for official purposes and  to facilitate the exchange of courtesies and of amicable understandings  with foreign nations, he has no more J  standing than the other six members  of- the council of which he forms a  part. He is elected for one year, has  no official residence, and his chief  business is to sign the documents of  the Bundesrat or Council of Seven.  His salary Is, In our money, equal to  about $3,600 a year, and there is no  provision for private expenses, such  as traveling or entertaining. He is  expected to live in the capital of the  country during the year he holds office. His associate members In the  Bundesrat get $3,000 a year, and thoy  ar*- elected for three years, their votes  having the same force as that of the  President.  As a rule tire President of Switzerland Is before election a member, of  this council, and Is elected to the  higher office without opposition; but  In 18S3 he had a rival, and though  he won In the election ho was.unable  to support what In his country Is  looked upon as an affront, and committed suicide before his Inauguration,  In this connection It might be well  to note, too, that Switzerland is the  one country on the globe where it  costs nothing to die, lis In certain  cantons rich and poor are buried at  the expense of the State.���������Harper's  Weekly.  TOBACCO  AND  CIGARETTES  ARE  GIVEN    AWAY  Extermination of Rats and Mice '  If it .wore generally known' that  there-is-no-troublc-to -rid ^-a-house,-  barn or any building of rats and mice  by the use'of Gillett's Lye, it, is  doubtful if the article could be made  as fast as it would- bo used for thlk  purpose alone. Tlie process connected with using it is very simple, th.  plan being to sprinkle a little of .the  article in and around thj. holes made  by these"*pests, in floors, partitions,  etc. In addition to this it is well  to use a thin piece of board about a  foot square, or even smaller, and  make a complete circle of tlie Lye  on the board about a quarter of an  inch deep, and inside of the circle  placo some meat or cheese, In en-  devoring to get at (ho halt the feet  of- the rats and mice will be burned  and the whole colony, whether large  or.small, will Immediately disappear  from tho premises^  Tho plan is worth trying, but tho  good kind���������Gillett's Lye���������should be  procured. Refuse tho many cheap  .imitations nnd substitutes.  At the "Made-ln-Canada" Train -  The exhibits on the "Made-in-C'Ui-  ada train, which is new-louring-\V..l-  ern Canuaa, are c-j-.u ing tho cy.-s of  thousands of visitors. Many of i;s  are too prone to be-little our own goods  and to consider' that the word "imported" covers a multitude of virtues.  Those who go to see the "Made-in-  Canada" goods on the "Made-ln-Canada" train discover the fact that the  "Made-in-Canada" is a mark of honor.  An exhibit, which is doubly interesting to the men is that of the Imperial Tobacco Company of Canada  Limited, the largest manufacturers of  smoking and chewing tobaccos, and  cigarettes in tho Dominion.  True to their reputation as liberal  advertisers, the Imperial Tobacco  Company of Canada Limited are presenting visitors to the "Made-in-Canada", train, with attractive souvenirs  and samples of brands that Western  men like���������namely "Black ** Watch"  Chewing Tobacco, "Shamrock" Quality Plug Smoking Tobacco, "Old  Chum" Pipe Tobacco, "Meerschaum"  Cut Plug Smoking Tobacco, "Player's  Navy Cut" Cigarettes, "Sweet Capor-  al" Cigarettes and "Columbia" Little  Cigars..-   .  "Let us nip this monster In tho hud  beforo it overwhelms us ns fin oncoming tidal wave!" shouted tlio young  politician.  "Perhui.B" said an experienced  campaigner In the hack of tho hall,  "It. would be better to smoko II out  of Its lair botoro it becoWs a restoring cunlter."���������Judgofl Library.  ftPllX-S  \  ���������"tlll.'.t1.   "..W  "    ' r*.l#t'  .W. N. U. 003  Boy, tnko those flowers to Miss Bert-  lo Bohoo, room 12,  My, sir, you're thn fourth gentleman  wot'H Bunt hor flowers to-day.  What'B that? Whnt tho deuce! Who  aont tho others?  Oh, thoy didn't, send any nnmes.  They all mild, "She'll know where  thoy came from."  11 ii.,   ta.k.,   ia,,'    iiv   i ul a   iiim   (ull  hor thoHo nve from Inn prime ono whr-  ftcnt tho other threo boxes.  Externally or Internally, It Is Good-  ���������When uppllod externally by brlHk  rubbing, Dr, Thomns' Electric Oil opens tho pores and penotrntoH the tis-  buo as few liniments do, touching tho  seat of tho ���������trouble "nnd immediately  affording rollof, Administered Internally, it will etill tfie Irritation in tho  throat which induces coughing and  will euro affections of the bronchial  tuhos and respiratory organs. Try  it and be convinced,  Tho city nephow .was showing his  country uncle the town from a seat  In the open-air street car.  You don't often get a chance to  rldo on a streetcar uncle, said, the  nephew.  No, said undo. I don't believe I've  rid on a street car since we got our  new automobile.���������Argonaut.  Nobody ever recovered a "lost  nerve" by retracing the path on  which lie lost It...;  Parson���������So your husband Js sick. |  Maybe he has been throwing himself  too heavily into his work. Mrs. Casey  ���������Not on your loife! He's been throwinghis wu-urk too hivily livto him.  That's what's the throuble wid him.  He's p. bartinder.���������Judge. /  Commander Sponsor��������� Christen  him as you will, my de_r, but remember he's only a bafcy and not abashed battleship, and I won't have the  parson breaking champaign bottles  over his little head.���������Life.  'Wbijt are your politics?   I'm a Republican.   Which   section?  ���������Detroit  Forgotten go Soon  Small Boy���������Please, I want the doo-  tor to come and see mother.  Servant���������Doctor's out. Where do  you come from?  Small Boy���������What! Don't you know  me? Why, we deal with you. Wo  had a baby from here only last'week!  At birth the pulse of a normal individual beats 133 tinvs per minute  at the age of thirty. 70 times.  ���������m        ���������-.������������������ll_-l  ������������������     II     Him  People think I married you for your  money What makes them think  that? Your looks, I suppose.���������Houston Post.  There is a crisis coming in'Chlna.  I told my wife s. as soon as I saw tho  new cook handle the dishes.���������Baltl-,  more American.  Postcards, chiefly illustrated'.ones,  to the number of 109,500,000, were sent  through the Swiss post office last  year-  .With an annual rateable value of  over six millions sterling, Westminster Is greater \\\ this respect th.au the  city of London. . .  "A"Neat Coin Trick  Take two pins, one in each hand,  and pick up a coin with them by  pressing one to each side of the.edg.e.  When "you 'havo'.got it firmly held,  blow on tho coin, .and it will revolve  rapidly- A coin wlti a rough edge  ���������a 80 cent piece, quarter or dime���������is  the best to use. A dime, because the  figures on 'it are smaller than on tiie  other pieces, can be made to spin so  fast that it looks as it it were spherical instead - of flat. The trick is  very easy to do, although it may  look hard. All that Is needed is  steady hands.  Worms cause fretfulness and rob  the-infant of sleep, the .great nour-  lshor. Mother Graves' Worm Hater-  mlnavor will clear the stomach and  Intestines and restore haalthfuluosa  Husband of Militant Suffragette (to  his secretary,���������Tnko this note around  to my wife, please*  Secretary��������� Certainly,     sir. At  which er���������jail Is sho stopping',"���������Harper's Bazaar.  The Officer Took no Chances  Tho Prisoner���������There goes my hat,  Shall I run.after it?  Pollcoma'ii'-Gasoy���������Phat? Run away  aud no ver como hack again?     You  stand  hero and I'll run after your  hat.���������Everybody's,  ���������;K"  I want you to build nic a fashlonnblo  home.  , Have you any special Ideas as lo the!  Htylo of hoiiHu you want? nuked tho  <nrulill.net.  Not exactly, I want one of Ihoso  modern nlueeH. You know tho kind  I moitn���������oun Willi n living room too big  to keep warm, nud n kitchen too mnnil  to cook In.  Tho British (Jnvernnient'o plans for  development o( aviation coiilcmplato  (ho oBtnhllohment of a central Hying  school on BallHhury l'luiii, at which  171) implln will be Instructed annually, of iwh'om lUtoon arc to bo civ-  lllnns.  Like Old Time*  Singleton���������What's  the matter", old  mnn? You look ns If you'd boon mule-  i,,���������  u  ������iip,iiv Ol  li.   ii nn   Uiu   In),) .-i.  Nowpop���������You'vo Btrticl. |t! The  twhiH icept mo up tilt 3 o'clock this  momlng.���������Boston Trunserlpt.  pmmiwpanpi������������������ *mmmm*mi**mM ���������    '  Clerk���������Can you lot mo off to-morrow  aflornoon? My wlfo wnntB mo to go  flhnppliig.  Employer���������Certainly not.  Cloiic��������� Thnnk you very much, sir.  You nui'Vi>ry kind .--London Opinions.  Tho froo lodging-house   In   Ilonjo  VWUU,   iUHiO, iltlti !imi!i.<! fiuu.UUU J'nl ���������  . in. :-!ju-c 51" 'n.tlinl'on t-U-n-n yi:n:-  ngn. Most of the lodger��������� have been  men between the ages of twenty aud  forty.  MINARD'S  LINIMENT  Is  tho  only  Liniment asked for nt my store and  tho only ono wo keep for sale,v  All tho pooplo use It.  IIAItLIN"  PULTON  PlHisatit Bay, CM.  ])oetor--Wluit makcf) you thin!:'tho  hoy Isn't ��������� normal 7  Mother���������Everything, Ho wns 111  yenr������ old Inst Juno, nml yet ho dous'iit  think he known mort than IiIb futhor.  "-Philadelphia Record,  Our New Perfection Broiler  Is pleasing many women. Ibenables the housewife to broil  as well on the New Perfection Slove as over a coal fire.  .���������''.-'��������� /  And of- courie you aro familiar with the  New Per/Sdion  It uses all the heat.  It cooks evenly.  It broils both sides at once.  It doesn't smohe.  vie k  i_i,������j-i> ri:Ar������i,������i  Oil Cook-Stove  It ii������ttich ��������� convenience ill the year  round. It will b������ke, broil, rout did to������it  jutt m well ,������i a regular coal range,  Atk lo i-e lha Novr Psrf.ction Slove al your  detlcri, Il it htnJmmely firtiilied in ni-Lel, with  cabinet lip, drop ahtlvea. lowcl rtcli, etc. li lui  long, rnnmelcd, lurquoiw-.luo cliimncyi. Made  with I, I or 3 burneri, Fr������_ Cool-lkot with  every ilova. Cook-Cook ilia |ivn> la anyoae  tending $ ceola to cover miilini cod,  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Her l,Cf.ncy���������Did your hiinhnnd  Ionvn you much'.' Oh, about onco a  week, on tho avrniKO���������JikIko.  A horror In whero jiomclhlng dreadful hnppftiH to n milliner of people of  whom Iho innv.ptipor*. have portraits  rendy.���������l'iick.  I.adj--1 didn't know your littlo hoy  worn .jiiiKiU'H, JUrK. Hliiltli.  Mrs. Smith���������AWIl, yor koo, ihIhh,  thoy hrloiiBcd to In poro fnrver and 1  thought it wns a pity to wimto 'em.--  IJystuuder-  Wi _m������wni *m\i\<mm**MMm*mmm*m*n*m  Expenditure upon tho navlcn of tho  world bp* year totalled If"1 tu'tlUnis  fitcrling.  Revonly tonn U tin* wHeM of tlio  new luddt'r of the now liner Anult-  anla, ���������,  There are more than Mx tliousntid  J known lansnagfl. and d'alerti  'Captain " snld n wealthy pnnflcngor.  who wnii about to tnlte hln (lint trip  norouH tho ouoitii, "1 uiidorNtiiiul UiIh  tililp haft not m.'vornl water-tight com*  pnrtmontH?"  " Vc���������;'  ;i!v" v.t. i '.'... !'���������' '<!>'.  "f"nptiiln," thn -MiHHrin'.nr wont on  decidedly, "I want ono of tlioso ���������com-  part menu���������1 don't euro what It corihJ"  London Telegraph.  NO M0RE������AST0R OIL ir  Mm. Kfflo IltiHsell, flrnnum, Altn,,  ������ny������: "1 Iinve um-d Hithy'H Own Tnh*  lets In place of cantor oil nnd now  it In no moro oil. I could not do  without the TnblotH* they nr������ wonderful. Whenever baby Ih feverlnh  I f_lv<? him the Tabid a and thi* tc.\ct  soon disappear-. I always keep them  In th" hnuHf nrnl rr>romiiir*nd them to  my friends," Hnhy'K (.fv.ii Tablet*  do not gripe- They are easy to take  and absolutely safe. They arc Bold  hy medicino dealers or hy mall nl 25  eentn a box from The Ur, Wllllania'  Medicino tV, BwkvllK1. Out.  straw."  "Tlieit grtriariH come incompact  lunJlei. A boy can net up and bolt  one toeethar Id a few houri, Four  padlock* protect the grain. Saparotor  delivery into a spout on the side or  into roof manhole���������cavev work dtir-  from vermin, wet and thteyr*. f! BMt  it when you are ready, loading direct  ' ui -'-in Intor"  W^ rttiil;  ���������  ., ivgrAnAfj ���������   .���������p.ndent of elevatoro for telling.  SMI nt tin* hlnlicat f'k*, f*<* ������w,"tf'>r  Jidw Ion,f ������iftl ttora your grain.  The Pedlar Granary protect* you."  "Wrile m<t for my ImuUrt ri -.linwi liow prrilltaliU my  ttranary la .vm on ii vin.ic <mnrn*r-*(*cil������>ii farm. I'������*  IS fur i9U,   Tbt Hoot 'i>||a of Ui|* Money for Vou "  The PEDLAR PEOPLE Limited  Writ, far U������.Ih No ������i OSHAWA. ONT.  IWantYouto  HaveMyNew  _P__, A        II   ^mSr ���������    |B____R__aB___  PortablelT^  GmnaryM  "I have a money-saving Invention-  handy granaries to allow field threshing over your farm. Move them about  each year.  You rave long b,auls at  harvest time.  In  spring you scatter  small straw stacks,  -no burning of  Sizes  tap  Soo  non  coo  ���������nd  1,000  ������������������   -a-  Tm**r-ri������t  JitiMifli,  >iiu Mm-iurt  Omr������iitt������(l,  ������-*' m*������n jv������ hivi vmxtj * iy������ ���������������������������>��������������� ��������� ������"��������� -t"  froni the granafj Into youjf mm,  * bagelnjIt, tit) mtif itltlui  ;raln,  *I Oct my grAnAry and be In-  or  P-TX.  "M������irfi.|���������;.,UJri"risrthrj- .V,���������,.,.  nirdoor. AU* wlthonl door,  \t jt/lrr<l,  ISiion ������licw ������aiy to  tuUt lafl almwiir������u* forKii -  Umiiialllcl ���������  Ml  ��������� allithi. to Uranar,  i-i'i  r."  WUWIFEp OAI(0(ittT EDMONTON  tllxwiLardfll,   Cr������**Ill*(.      UllMBI.W  aaairATooN ������v MOOCC JAW  t.s rinii hi. ������.  JOT  Direct your Ingolry to the Pedlar place nearest you.  They will kmwer you  promptly and   aave you time. ,  ���������     'Th*   PadJar Granary   >.  fireproof.   Think what that meanst*  / *   ' ��������� ,B1  .- :  ���������������.  *.__.���������������tfr__  -V_v'*"'T  A-  *r ��������� o  ������"_med By.ery   Tuepd&y by -the  ^ab^isfeio^  Qorppany.  _^V&]lt3_^yS>ij_y^  ,fjffi������ i&feSff^,, fe^f^^A-^-B^p'd  #&��������� L  This paper ydll n<?t hold itself  ;r������5pouB_ble for the .opinions oi.p-J^h-  ,^f_, ^3 m$vy appettr i,rt -its coining  litpon. Jbiipo to time.  ���������WEDNESDAY, AUG 14,1912.  13   '.  -W.^V;-WIJLLARD,  .Qiycial ad^inist^rat.o^  Cumberland, $.$.  .8p.10toma.r-l  .Form Of Notice.  -JSatice is hereby given $i'Ht  .30  /lays after date I'intend to   *pp'.V  .to the Honourable   Mijt.istor  of  Lands for a lityms.a ,to prqepeot for  tsoal ant,l petrol.enip ,under jthe^or?  ?liore and under ,the water on the  lands in and opposite the follow-  ���������fii"* det-CPil'Ki -lands f-ituatein Ru-:  pert I.Strict:-Coimuon^ng at a;  post planted op tlie sea ibesob at  iijo-li wntor mark at .the injteraec-  tion .of Soatums 14 and 1$, Town  ^hip 2, Port McNeil, Rupert pis-  jfi-ict; tbenpe north ������ft).-ij\-;i._ ������$  ^haitib m,f*>?e or 1&b .to high wat^r  mark on the  north si*_e',Q_   Port  t i ��������� i '  McXi-jl Harbor; thenco .easterly  /long tbo shore jin(e t# intersection uf Sections -23 and 24 T*>wn-  ..bip 2; thence southerly tf������ chainji  jttore or less to h?gh water inark  on south Bid^ols^iiJ Port McNeil  liarbor; thence w.e&'.e^y ^opg  vshore line to place ,of co^jnopce-  jnent. RdtANDA. Lairi?  Francis T. Tortdiffe, Agent  pated this 8th day ,of April 1912  Form Of Notiee,  Notice is hereby giyejj th^t ������Q  ���������day'* ''ft?r date I intend to apply  to' .the Honourable   Minjs-'gp * pf  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT  District o,f ;������ayw*u;d, Range J.  TAKE NOTICE that' J,'ftlinzeia  Hannan, by ,rny pgeot.^Goorge Ver :  dier, oi Campbell Riyer, y. 1. occu  pationpfparr.ied ivcinia.n, intends lo  apply for .pemajatMon to ,purch������*e  the following dftser.il.3d .a#ds.:-r-  Coramencing o*t a .post .planted  ^ear ;tji\5? N. ^S. corner of lot 851'  thdnce eoulh 10 chninj ((ter.v) tb^nee  east 10 chains (ten) moro or lew to  tho point of ,com������\e#<*leijD,9t)ls oon  t|i^ing 20 a^ree (tw.e^iy^ moro oi  lees.  EjI-IN/.E!A HANNAH  ^���������laujo of Apj>lica#t  D.-st(e Mftrcb i.tb. 1912.  gpyward Land Dis^ri^  pialrict.of Cost  -Take .noti.ee that Isalxjl SJcKer  ny. of V-jneouver. B. ,C. occupation .spinster, intends to npply for  p^r^jiss^o)) to pnrcluiso tfep fo)b>xy  ing������esc,ri^c<l landi*:���������  jCp������in?en.c5ng at a post planted  one i^iile ea*t of the _*p-^th-Ay,^-t  corner <^f lot 550, thence vre&t 80  .chains, theiieo south 40 ebainp,  th.en.eo va*t 30 c������_ni������6, theiict  north 40 chains to point of coin-  mencement, containing 32Q acres.  m^re or 1^68,  Isabel 5!eXoni)yt  J.ame of Appljcpnt in full  Enb������rt ^enry jLbe^ttmt, Ag������Ht  Date Marqh 13th. i9l2.  J.ainl? for a license to prospect for  j'oaj und petroleum under the fore  _hur������ and under th,e water on the  firifla i,n and opposite the follow-  " TtF"cl������scri bpdiaTTdiTsituate "in-Ru-  pw������t District.:- (Jptnifipnping nt a  post- planted oh the fi^a bench a|k  Jiij^li water mark at tbe intersec-  iiojvqf Sections 12 ai'd 13, Town-  >kip S, Porfe McNeill, Rupert Pis  "tri������t, ^.lie-nee north 80 chains, 80,  th*nci������ west ten pljinjlnB, 10/ ^iore  p< l*������s to high   water   jiiark   pn  [.edge   .Pointj     t||en/3������   igreptorly  along shore line to'. ntersectio������8 of  ��������� 'tS������,ciipi)s 23 an,d 24, Tojynslnp  2_;  <ti;encjo sputherly sixty.eigh.tcliaiiis  ,r)8, jjiuro pr Ices U������   hjgb   >y������it,or  ..'���������riiirlc' (^n south sido o^  Port Nt^Jb  jiarbor'j   licence    i-asti^ly  aloiig  jii}()i'i$ Ijiie to pliicepf coii'tn.Qn.ce-*  .^ripnt.' "' John S. ICE^KDy. :  jL-'ratipifi M. Tordiffe,Agent  Dated this {jtii ,d'i)y of April 11^3  ;    -    ������������������LANp"?f'Ofltli" "   ' "'.���������'  Sayward J-iin4* Uistncl  TAKE NOTICE fhat 'PfjaflQ* //  Flj-nri, of New York, N.Y, occupation  ^leiit, ijitfijds to apply for permission  jiii piu'c.h.'isi. the follow inR described  i.inds;���������Cornmcni:iri(. at a poet planted  .7.24 cti������ii.fi easl of tfje Jj. \V. corner of  lot 559, thence soutn 6$84. chains,  i hence west 30 clminB, thence noijh 66,-  " ��������� Bi chn'im, thence east 30 chains lo point  01 commencement cnntHinir.,; 200 acres  ���������norc or Uss.  ClfAK|.K}5 0!Fl.yNV.  Robert lljjnry Chesinut, Agent  |),iie N):iy |oth, 1913,  j'i'12 '     ''' IUJB'4  Sayward Lanc| D^afritt  X>iVtfiok* of Coast''  Tak? notice th*t K'Jgiti^ld Waters, pf Vanconror, B.lC..ocenp'i-  tipn, engineer^'intend^ .10 apply  for pernjtis&ion to purchase the iol-  Ipwjiig described Jands:���������  t    ������. ,     y*7       iii  Cpini^enping aj a post planted  1 mile east of the Sjantn wost por-  ner of lot 55J), theni*. ea st 80  chains, sojEjth 40 chains, "*������6t 80  chains, north 40 chain*'to point  oX-ConimejLceme^iJt. jSg^jbyng __ '$-&}  acres inore or less.  Reginald Wat^s,  ifajjjfi of Applicant \ 11 full  ���������y Cliestn  Date March 12th,  Robert Henry Olipstnut, Agent  --    ��������� '-<   iyi2.  zj*r  LANff ApT.  Saywanj L,and Jlfstrjct.  TAKK NOTli'r. that Jo)m ������tanis*  }iui's Cttrroli, of New Yflfk, N. Y;, occu  nation, eiiKipecr, iiUcnijs lo apply for  ���������nirmifision to purchase the following de.  scribed lands:-Cpnimencing at a post  planted ;tt th*} S, W. comer of Lot 5$o  ihence nort'li 40 chains, Ijirnctt West  22.7(1 cliiiins to Ihe pabl f.*'oi|nclii|ry pf J.oji  548, ihencu south along said ')P)'ni]iiry  40 chiiins, ilicace ca.t 22,76, chains to  point of r.nnnienceinent containing 91  ,icit"i mon* or less.  John STAfVifjUUS C^i:jioj.|.  lv"liUU   lluiil) Ciii;.>fnt(i, Aj,������.i;U  'Kite A���������.t> ������>ii!i, >'/<<,.  i'lilli ' ftiH(14  "FOirSAl,K A jioTilt n|l yoimg  spurt* nliould ivad. pi ho $1.00  Addn'SB letter������r dntwer f 1, Niiji-  jl'iho, H. C,  MHMM������_H_ll������liaM������HlHM������������^^  HAY FOK SALI<;-Tliirty  \o\\n of goqi} balpd hny, pi ice  $t,[ per Un. at Qirtiitliaii}. IsII.  JiHics, Si������ulw{ckT IJ. C,  .jo ktt in k-H'jtb, f ft l.cqti}. 8*h,  \r. *������}������ij5t*, w|U cariy lfi piifscn-  'pti*. V*ii cabin*.. Apply Tout-  j^NHicyde^iop, j^j 8������.  Sayward Lancl District  District pf Cpas^  Take notice that FrancuB G,er-  ild Hudepn; of Vat^couyer, B. C.  occupation guntlenrian, intends to  appji'y for penni89ioj,i to purchase  the follojyfiig ���������^escribetl-lauds:���������  Commencing at a pp.t planted  at the sonth wist conipi* pf lot 547  thenqe east 80 chains, tjienec  Boutin 45 chains to north bpuiid-  ary of lot 550, thence'-west along  eaid boundary, 80 plains, thonco  north 45 chains to this post.  1< ranees Gerald Hudson,  Name of Applicant-jn full  Rpbert Henry Chestnut. Agent  Dft^o Mareh 12th,. 1Q12.  ���������*mmm****m*mimm*wm**m*****Jmmu*a*4m*m*M^  S������iywfli|:i} LtMfd P'.tript  District of. Coiu<t  Tako notice that Minuio Korr,  of Yaticuuvoiv 11. 0, occupation  apiiiBtpr, intemlri to npply for per-  tniscipn to purclmBe the [blowing  described lntuls;���������  Cpn(iif)oii^ing nt a pqut plantoj  at the ijoutli-imst corner of lot  5-17, thenco west 40 chaiiif-.tlfoncu  fpnth 4$ eliiviiii*, thence e������st 40  -luijiiH along the north boundary  of lot T>50, thenco north 45 chniiiH  to point of commoncoiupHt, con-  tnitiiiig ISO nerwH,  Minnie Ivorr  I^fiuiip pf Applicant in full  Robeft Henry OJiCfitnut, Agent  Date March 12th, 1012.  FORT MANN, ii}aitflan(j[ terWin,  ftis of the Camacjiai) Northern Railvyay, is  ���������recarded by those who know, as the  greatest city of opportunity in north Am.-  lerica to-day. It ,cannvot help becoming  (one of the very biggest .cities in the west  Property values, canftot help goipg away  ���������up-  Buy lots there now. .and you arc in  (on t}\e ground flooi': Every lot will make  -you- a sn?u)l ^ort.une,  UiQtil prices .are -raised we can offer  you .close in Lots 33 x m.: ft^-giiaran^ed  )iig.h, dry anci, level, o.r your inoney back)  jFcr $27$. T.erms $15 &$^\\ $ip a month,  no interest,, no Uixes till 1914.  Other   ffuaf.apteg.d  lots for $1.20; $$  a m,onth,    Booklet. ap4 fuH particulars at'  $\is office, froni  /  GENERAL AGENT .  .COMOX        .. {.n������J. iCOUFTENAy.  r-pr���������freuji.-r?-  ������*���������������������..     .���������.!*,***   ���������������'���������  ������������������CAFE--���������  MThe Port: CHann People."  837 -Hastings Stregt, W������st Vancouver, B.  ra_vj '  JACK & RiCiiARDS  J?,gnj} Of JSptipp.  Notice ia lici'eby giyon that BO  days after date I intoi'd tp apply  to the llonpunjl'lo MiniHtor ol'  Iyanda for a license to jirofpect for  coal and petroleum under the  .oi'OBhui'o and under the water on  the landfi in and opposite the following described lauds fdtuatod in  Rupert District:--CoiniiiotK'ing nt  at u poid planted on the sen beach  nt high wnlor murk at the iutt*r  H.ctJon of. SeetionH 11 (111(115,  TowiiKhij* 2, Port McNeil,. Ru-  pert District j thonco north fifty-  five, Gil' chains more or Jeflfl to  high water mark on tlie north  aide pf Port McNeil I-fn'r^or;  thence following the sea heiuih at  high water mark around Ihe hend  of harbor to placo of. commence  iw;nt. VnAKrT������l|''\f 'roRmiMM',  Datod thirt Bth day of April 10.12  'ropi'ietorf*,  hO11 SAl.H-A blfjck |ean| of  lioi'i-i's; a gofjd   Jje|jeri|l   ptjrpo.o  Apply Smith Ilros.. ������Sa?ul  1*011 ������AL).--'flie South Uant  corner ot Mnry port Ayunuu unn  Si'cond St., with buildingi*, Price  $025.00, Apply at thin office, or  1^. (\. l.qx ftH Vancouver.  t'-f.ir,  wick.  \yil}>'ellchf.ap  Wool'o 3?hofjp_vQdin.v  7V,fl    Glint,   JllHillM    HiMiitll.  tnar\MU  'MUM in  i-yf-Uiui,   iiviU(-i)   iniw  ������M Vi'iin, tUirtitfur,-  1 D.i.Uitii, Mental nnd Jlr(t.<t.t<j>nv hu  ,���������        , ,,,      . i > i^txi'n p. .Sf.T'iii!. tveiil:iifn������. I'Unwwmr.. ftjiei  Mrs.  bimtts will (livo lemons j^tii'-r/.rt.i.ri-.fu;/'.:!**/^.''^'.'?^'''''''*.'  pnrm  on ihe piano uny lime it her <���������<���������*--, *���������,;'!.������";; ^'^^^.V^n  ���������|���������Hf.e, r!5������tt|>>T������tJ*!W'j  ,r.n  ������) ill  tiki  LSQUIMALT   AND   NANAIMO  RAILWAY,  ���������PUBLIC    NOTICE   irf  hoveby  Kiven   that   the   Ki-quimalt    and  Nanaimo., Kttolwny   Uompuriy   did  on lha niiiotionih dnyof .Tuntiitry,  1912, dnpo.it in *h<* Jyiuul Hoyi'try  Ollien in tho City  i'f   Victnrju,   in  tho Province of Urilii-li Polnn.biu  plan, profile nnd hook of rciorenco  chowiiic; the fpeinion of ilu   pro  po.ed line of railway from  Blnclt  Creek In Gitmploll   Hi ver,   Vim  couvnr Irland,   ' eiuj?   Mile -10 to  Mile 72.3, as   npurovod   hv   'he  Hoard of Roilwny   CommiHidoinjrn  for Canada,  DATICI)    thiH   twenty'Wcond  day of January, 1912.  W.  V'i BAl.HUItUV,  Secret n ry,  Mrs, Simms wjjl give .Iobpojim  on the pi acq at her Iiourh in .ler*  uefllem, fui'tiierly owned by Mr.  i|ainpR. Stewart,    on   and   al'ter  i s    * i   ���������,' i *i 11       *    r*. ..,,��������� ,,/���������  J.\ltl)C|l ���������illl-~UlllU Ui>-:i| IM   pimp ���������������  u*uial.  Q^V<>������*t*VMtMi^^s������Vat^Q  C.H TAREJ5U  lA'^ut'jnu.   Tin*"  I .'far**-I,'.-! ,v���������*\tfi*%  p������ 'i  i.   . ������������������ i in *������>f  *r> a V/oo������ Mc������l'������i*'*:������ o-.  Vrvrnn**-1*i**������.  * ������������������ .* *.. '!������....  HIGH tiRADE STOVES  Aii't nil K|TCHEN <:UTENSILS  Sportsmcns Goods  nnil  General Hardware  ���������{ ^f.imytpitftjty',/}jj."**f*u<������*-���������'% <?���������*>,"];'*s-'*'iS,  *V. <������ .        ���������    ��������� '     " t������  Sayward Land DiBtrict.  District ol Snywntd,  TAKK NOTICK ..that -Murray  Gorlfty, of Violorin, occupation,  biekor, iutpndH to npply for pur*  mispion to purchapp. the following  de.pribnl lands;r-r  Commeiiciiig at a post planted  at tho N. lfi. corner of Lot !170,  thonco wont 20 chain*, thonco  north 20 chaiim to shore lino,  thenco following flhoro lino oaBter-  ]y nnd vouthoily lo point of com-  nieneoment, contnininK 00 acres  more or Iuhb,"  MUIIHA'Y (JOltr.AY    -  Name of applicant iu full.  Date Match, 27th, ipi2.  ��������� ������ -i.i���������i'i ��������������������������������� ni" ������;j*i *     "  BaywiiuVLiuid District  Dislriet of Sayward  TAKK NOTICE tl.ul Percy A.K  Wood, of Victoria, occupation bro-  1 .        ".   ��������� 1     ������ -    ���������,���������,,  1.. fn?  ,inHn-|oa|r,n  to iHM-Ji'iw 1..0 loV.uwhw i!t^cr:bf'd  landet���������  Oeuimoncini; al a punt planted  nt tho S. W. Cornor of Lot 105,  llinutu liU-i'i (>G \^i. vi,.i, u.viiw V,'������:'1  20eh������inpto abore, thenco pout hor*  ly following B'noro li'io to a point  making 80 chain** emithorly, thern'o  eautcrly following yhptfp   ljno   to  pdint of commciKt-n.ant, ppiitair,"  in{_ 100 ncri-B, more or hw. "  ?  PKUCV A.K.WOI^))  Name of Applicant in full  Date March 2!Jnl, 10.12  Sayward Land District  j District of Sayward  TAKK NOTICK 'that'Kyrle 0.  3ymoi\8. of Victoria, occupation.  genth<nitin, iuteivda. to apply for  perni'mMon to purchi\i*o iho follow*;  ingdot'oritiiid landa;������������������  Co nmcncinn nt a post planted nt  the N.'W corner of lot .316, thenco  south 20 chainp, thenco Avent 80  ohuine, thonco north"60;chaiiiH to  phoro Hup, thenco cnet following,  iliiiro lino 80 chains to point of  eommencpinent, tiontuiuiriK 280 aoi  foe moro or lop..  KYRI.K.O. BYMONS  Name of Applicant in full  Dale Match 26th, 1912.   ' ���������w-iii_ii-ii-i-���������rt  l'OHM OF NOTICE  New Westminster Laud District  DhlHct of New Westminster IiC  TAKK NOTICE thnt I, Henry  Picrcy," of Snudwick, B. 0, oceu-  pation Ktmnev,'itVteiuls to apply  for pennissjon to purchese ' the  following described lauds: ^Coin  nuneing at a pest plautetl at tho  South-Knst corner, f.buui one  and a liaif utiles ..irpm Lloyc]  Point', in Horn fray cVunel,  thence ao chains UDrtli. thence  ���������zo chains AV'CRt, thence 20 clutfusi  south, thence ao chains cast, to  point of coiumiHP'CUiu'l, uotiluin.  ing -\o acres, inoie o<* less.  HK>UY iUl'RCY  Aj.,p!icant, ,'*M!.-.JM-*l'.n   ������-���������  ���������J* *__l   I   I  '=1 r  ���������feBCP''" t������EWr, - CTW^-t-ftt.A'^P. wtim -ccce^^^  ������'   .1  ������*>-  LA-N.l?- ACT  Wayward Land District.  BlistriQt of Coast.  lAKK NQTICE that William Harry.  hey qf \Va.ncou,ver, ]}.<���������., occupation  f ker, intends   to qpply for pern\issiqp  ;*.a*������e.theifqllowing.described lands.:���������  >'.mencing nf, a past plumed at  high  ir mark about t40 ohaips east of May.-  Pojnt, (Jjtead .Island, "thence.east so  ''nsithqpce south.{i'o   Chains, .thence  ; 2o\'chai-is, thence north 40   chains  ^lint.of.commeaceu^nt.Qontaining^o  t'-.s more or less.    -  \VilL,L,IAI*l HahH.y NJUIW.*  Maine of Applicant  Je^y^enqvie, .Afieat.  l:e May-281.1, 1912.-  <*u .   -  N$1*iCE(is -her .by given that  at the  .next we. ting of tthe Board of License Comj  jpif-sioners ot tho City of Cambertan^, we  (intend-to apply^ t *��������� renewal cf thethot-i  .el license held by us  for the   Veudome.  Hotel, aHuated.oa lot*1*' Wqql_;3,'.Cumber.-!  land Tow.sita.  WILSON & BRAMBERQ J  Dated .this 7th day of Nov., d,911.  NOTJGti h hereby given that at th������  neyt meeting of .the Board of License Com-  mis_iouers of tho City of Cumberland,-,  ntend to app y for a renewal of the hotel liieuse held by me tor the Cumberland  Hotel, situati d on lot 1, block ti.-Cuiii'er-  land Townsite. - ���������  '   WILLIAM MERR1FIELD,  Dated .this 7th day of Nov., 1911.  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after dat,e appslicadon will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, 15. C, for a tiansler of the hotel license to sell li,quorsby retail in the  NOTICE  .m.berlaud   & -Union   Water  w,orks Co., Ltd.  [Sprjiviklin'g   ���������will   ,he     allO*wefl  hotel known is the Port Augusta Hotel,  [,ly two nights   ������   week,   yiz.,  'Jl^SD^y and FRIDAY, from  [to 9 o'clock iu the evening.  jiLeaky taps niust be attended  ; at once.  [Any changes or ��������� additions   to  1st ing piping lnnst be sanction  by the company.  Ey.Order;  ���������   '   L. W. N-unns, Secretary.''  [tmberland, B. C. J^ine   29th,  12. "    ���������'  [he CoHrtejiay Hotel  Every conver.ience for guests,  he Oential Hotel for Sportsmen  fne b,ut the ������est ofAVines arid Liquors  [he War. *  RATES  REASONABLE  John ^Johnston,   Prop  |*4rl^H''lrH-W44Hl4?l'i^'^i*i-  P  O  o  0)  _c  r  _]  1 - *v-  l<  t  [XL  L-+*  c  "CD..  CO:  60,'  13  fi  ���������tfi  . ���������  E   j2  '"O  U  cd  ID  ���������4-J  v.  1~W  tr-  0/3  <  c  0  Q  -a  u  a  u  .     O  Pi  U*i  g  1  J  o  H  situated   at   Comox,   IJ. C. (fioai  John  <Jharl������s Clarence to Amos Colt ing ton.  John Chari.es Clarenck,  Holder of Licence.  Amos Cottinuton,  Applicant.  Dated M.iv J 5th, ^12.  An Ad in the  pays.    Try it.  N  EWS  PUBUD NOTICE  ." NOTICE is hereby given that  all property owners are -request-  ed to (.connect their premises  with th.e Aie-JiV sewers, wherever;  same are completed., on or before'  the, 15th day'of March, 1912',  and if said connections are not  made by tbe above date, the City  Conncihwill proceed to complete  same at the expense of the prop-i  erty owners. - -   ,  ]Sy order of  ,   Tlie City Council  A- McKINNON,  City Clerk,  Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 191-2  ROOMS for roiit at Marinolli's  Rooming House, Derwent Ave-   <m> *���������  FOR SAjl.12-���������Three milk  cows, first class u^lkers, also two  heifers in calf, graded stock;  three horses, two driVejs and a  general purpose mare, age three  and iotir years.. Apply to D.  Roy, Roy's Beach.  Union Steamship Co. of B. .CLLtd.  THE S. S. COWIGUAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  POWELL RIVER-COMOX-UNION-CAMPBELL RIVER route  Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p. mA-rrive Coiiiox Friday\6 a, 111.  Depart 7 a. m.  Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a m. (For Campbell River, wayports for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX'ROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice. -"���������  DRINK  The purest and best BEER, aud  made in Cumberland.  ������Hg  1  "FOR  CORNER    LOT   AND   ADJOINING   LOT  **, t ' ���������___������������������______  "'���������-_.���������.  -������������������ House, Bam, and two full sized lots, thoroughly  ; .cleared', First-class garden, ten roomed-house, barn 50x30  and other outbuildings. Beautifully situated, on oue of  the main thoroughfares of Cumberland. Price $3000;  terms $2000 cash; balance to'arrange. A Snap, aud one  of the best buys in City. For particulars apply at The  Office of the News, Cumberland B. C.  FOR SALE  , HALF LOT size 30 x 120, situated ou Dunsmuir Aven  ue ; in good business location, close to llie Bank of Commerce, Price 81500; terms, ������1000 cash; balance to suit  purchaser. For particulars apply at The News office,  Cumberland. B. C.  ���������������  mm  iii<___rei*������t^_!__^_i____l>_^s_i  COPVRIC.HV.  AP.-V-.CV  O.  NOTICE.  i  To whom, it may concern:���������  This is to notify the public  Ihat all freight charges on bond-  }d goods cleared at Union Bay  |or the Comox Valley must be  )aid before goods can he forward  kl. By order  Painidian Collieries Dnnsmuir]  Co.|  Insurance!  Are you insured?   ^  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Are Insured against sickness and  accident?  ���������CMMM*������6���������@'������'*���������������������������$'3���������  We are showing nearly 400 different lines of Spring Suitings.  Comprising all the new color effects and latest weaves in medium weight Cloths. Faucy Worsteds aud Clieviots, Donegal  Tweeds. Scotch Tweeds, Blue  and black Serges aud Cheviots. ���������  Union   Bay  ^0-eperative  Company-,; Ltd,  Sayward Land T.i-wi'JV;  District of.-ga&'werJ.  TAKE NOTICE that Channing &te������-  Dunljar.  of   New  York,     Now    "������i*_t_,  occupation clerk, intend to applyfor petv-  iniuiou  t'o'-purcliaso   the''.follow iog _i������~'-  cribed:lanc|__: Co_ame_cing at a*po^t _ tant-  ed at nnrti*-pa3t corner ef lot 530,   i������i3nce  north 80 oha'0.3, thence  weafSO  chains,  thence'South SO   chains, thence   ������a_t   8i  chains to' point of commencement contain-  ing (510 acres nious or lew*,  CHANNING STUART DUNBAR .  lusher M.Gaskins,,Agent.  Dato Juno 23rd, 1912     '  Sayward J_,aud J)iatij[ot.  District of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE that John Ar.hur Daty.  of New York, New York, rccupatiou clerk  intends to apply for permission to par  cha.o the following cteacritiod lands:���������-  Cotmnonoing at a po?t planted at the  south-east corner of Leas. _6, thence  south SO chains, thence west 80 chains,  thence north 80 chain., thence east 8*  chains to poitd, of commencement contain  ing G.O acres inctc or less.  JOHN ARTHUR DALY  . Tiaher II. G*������kiu!*, Agent.  D*to June 24th, 1912.  Sayward Land District.  District ot Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE that Wulter Bedell  Btet, of New York. _*I_������w York  occupation laborer, i.itaud* to .npiplf  for permission to purclwiie tho following;  described lands:���������Commending at a post  planted 120 chains wo������t and 10 chains  north of- the south-east corner of Lease  46, thence south .O.ohidu!', thence east 40  chain., thence north ,80 chains, thence  west 40.chaius to point'of c<)iniu<.nc*-n_cint  containing 320 Rcres moro or leee.  WALTEET BEDELL BEST.  Fishor M. Gai.kiv_ Ajjent  Date Jan. 2ith, 1912.  Skyward Laud Diitrict.  District of S*- w nra.  ��������� TAKE NOTICE that Chwlci Penny 0/  Vancouver, B. C; oceupatiou coutrac'.e*,  intends to apply In permission to pur-  cbuge jhe following desciibed" land*:-"-  Coiiiinencing at. a post planted ai th j  ���������iouth east comor of lot 078. theocs went  40 chiins, thenco south 8U chains, thetce  .nut 40 ch_in_, tnencu north 80 .chaius to  ^-oiut-'of commencement conUi-it-g 32Q  icroa more   or Icsh..  CiusLsa I'kssY"'  F:flher  M. (iatkins, Axcni,  Dated Juno lil-.li. 15)12..  _-III..H.I���������i.iw Mini ���������    11     1  "*tt���������n___wr_������������������n_nr__m^-  Sayward I/md District  Uifitrot i-.f^Savward  TAKE NOTlOlitliat Mynle Bonnette.  uf Vancouver, occupation   Nurse, im<.ud������  :o apj.-ly i'or i.oruiifioiou to. pun-lute   ths  fillowing described  lands:��������� Oommcncuig.  .t a port plauted.nt the   noilh ea3t corner  uf lot 554, (hence eart  40'chains, then**  _I. _.._..   ...1. A I i ___���������...������ . knn/in ������...._r_  I Ill'.IJ.U- uui 111   ~'z\t��������� _uaur., -.|iiv?v^^���������Avu. "  40 chains, thence south 40 chains to  oniut ol commencement eontuiniiig 1UQ  aerts more or less. ..___  . MyaTiKBosHK'n-jf  I'isher M. G.-kiua, Agent.'  Dated June lcJth, 191&  Liabiliiy, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  NOTICK.  TENplSBS for tbo  routing of  l[iwiwtoH Far������j), .Bati<Jwicl{, will  -,o roquived tip' to   Angiist  81������t,  b.tri2.    AH 'pnrtieulnrn to l'������ l������������l  |.i;om Iv R, Oliffo, SaniUoic, B. O.  '. Tbo'higlioBt ormiy toiulor not  Jiit'cuf-sn. ily iifc������pto������l.  Lucius R. CJiJTo.  ���������    FOR INFORMATION WRITE TIIE  ~M*m "  Vancouver Island  insurance Co.,  820 fort Street       -     .-.'���������   -      '      VICTORIA, B.C.  -tmmMawmma^^  lyiOVING?  .:   Pianos and  furniturk  FreiglU, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RIOHAUDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5-7  Windermere Ave.  Saywaid Land DUtrioS  District if Sayward  TAKE NOTIOE tli������t William Juhn  Whitiogot New York, N. Y.. oooupation  Eut-lneer, intouds to apply for permiBsion  to purchase the following described lands:  ���������Ooin.nencing at a i-ost plp.ntcd 00 chuinH  south and 30 ch.iini cast fro-n tlio icitli  east eornor ot l.t 579 (on po^t 5M) tbeuoe  Dorth20 tiliii.iB, tlnnoe west 30 champ.,  thenco sou-li 20 oha'ns, thonoo oust 30  chaina to poiul of c< mmot-cemeut oou-  tainiug 00 nce^ moro or loin.  ���������\VJU.UM -TOIIN WHITINd  Fishor M. Guekini, Agent  Ditcd Jane 23rd, 1012.    "  Suvward   (.nml District  l)i_ a-ifit < f *. yward  TAKE NOTICK th*t Joseph Heaiy  Btofcf New lork, oceiip li >u Rahwnnii.  inUndu to upjily fur ]j*;iUi:B:iim U> pur^  uhisse the fo:lov.ing diBonbe-. lunds: ���������  Commencing at a po.t plnutod 90 ulia n-*  west mid teu ohainH north of tlio uoutU  .ant coiner ot lt-ase -10, theuao north _>.  ulmius, tlioneueaat _0 oiiains, thenc south  _0 chain.**, thonuo went 20 eliiuuB to point  of coinineiK-eiuont containing 40 ncicu  moro or lesa.  Jo.._rn HknrY Dae������  Fishor M. GaskioB, Aguu*.  Dated June 25th, l'J12.  ORDERS TAKKN FOR NUT   COAL  Sajwaid Land Uiatrlot,  ' DiNtMCtoffluywnrd.  TAKKNOTrCE that  ClmrlcH Henry  Hunt,  cf  Now York,   N. Y.,   cooupatiou  Saywiird Ln*>i. District.  Dutiiot of Sayward.  TAKK KOTICl. th.t llinry Alfred  Ho 8, of Now York, Now Yoilx, ucoupnti-  on ejootrlcinn, ji.lo.idH to apply f n-penms  .Ion to purniimion to pur^hn-o tho follow-  ing donoribod liindni-t'omiiiPiicim. at  a  uttleBmaii, Intiudj to ������ptily for permitision  poBt pluutcil ii'������ tlio eouth oiiht corufr of  to I'urcliuo tho following deeoribod laiuld: j|10 nor^ W0Hf( qunrtor of lot 583,  thence  FOR SAIyli���������Kclison 'Home'  hMioungraph   and   4   dozen   4  linluutc records; will sell cheap.  Apply Cumberland News Office,  I  /<��������� ' '   c     i..r.    , .������ ���������.JM  not be received ut thin ofiScc Uit  than 1 a o'clock noou oi> Tum  days.  TKAODfcit WAN'i'KDror hi,\.  to public school. Snhtry 875.00  por month, Apply to AloxSom  Jrvillo, Bec/otaiy, Minto. B. C.  '"TOJl SAI.K���������Mnrlnelll1* r 0 ���������  ing house on Derwent Avmin.%  (iuoil pnyuig bi.si������M'������������i kind cxa.f  hint, locution, For pmtieuli������r������  (ipply to   V.  Mnrindli, Durww t  NOTICE  Any porflon or pornoiis, ontting,  r(nn<������ving or tidcing nny blnckn,  timlwH- or wood, of nny cloaci-iptlodn  Jolongltifi to tlio Wellington CoU  lory Co'y,, or from or off tho land  of th������ Hiii'd (Jotnpnny, or nnyouo  tipping rubbiah of any description  ������nywhere upon the company'h  land will lui proAcmitod to tho full  extent of tho law. '���������',.  w t,. nom-soN,  (U'Wivnl Mnnnff<-r,  Wellington Colliery Co.y.  Ooimnonolng nt a p mt pluntod nt tho  noi th-oint onrnor of lot 552, tlnnco north  20 chninc, thontw wiHt 20 olmlna, thonoo  nouth 20 ohttinn, thonco cant 20 olmim to  point ������f ���������coimriencomout eonUitiii'g 10  I'.r.a moro or losa. ������  CllARLEK HKNHY BKST  t/Uhoi-M.GatkiiiB, Agdit.  1) taJum>20.h, 1912.  40 ohnliiH onBt, thenco  40 ohainu roith  thenco 40 o'mino wc<������k, thonoj 40  olmiut  iouth to point of comn'OiHoniPut u"ntt5,in-  Ing 100 aerei moro or ���������I.113,  IlrcNitV AM'111-.li Hi:n!i  Fii<!ict! M. (liBUIti", Agent  DaUd Juno 24th, 1012.  Kiiyword Lund Dintrlot,  Jliitrlot of Knywnrd,  TAKK NOIK *K tl nt Goortfo Btuoko, of  Now York, N. Y., ocovpatlon  ciigtijaor.  Ini.ni'oto npply ftr 1 ormlw-lon to pur-  0I111HO   llio   following   douoiiboil InndHt���������  (!nmmcnoing nt a \mt \thnUu\ 20 ol������������luo  aouth nf tho north-oiiHt corner of lot 061,  thonoo uiiHt 20 cIuIiih, thenco north 40  i-linino, thenco  wo*t 20  chain*,   thonco  HOitth 40 ohainu to punt ������f Koaiuunco-  mont oontaiii "g tO Heron nu.ro or Umr.  t KOIUIK HTUCKIC  l'l-ihwr M. OiiHki.iii, Anont,  Dat������ Juno lOtli, Mi.  Stiyward Lind Diatrict-  D stiict of Snywurd  TAKK NO HUB that Jamcu B������ruard  Dunn of New York, N. T., ocoupntion  LVachor, in lends to apply for powiualou  to puroliHao tn? fol:owifi_ deeenbed Inud ;  ���������fiiuiii.onciiig nt a pimfc p'autod ut tho  nonh uiiHt corner of lot CSo, thonco north  SO c udnti, tiit-uco west Hi) ciiaitni, thenui  ..outli Si) ohaiim, thonoo cant 80 oliuiim to  point of ooiiimnnt-euienl containing 040  ucrt'M moro or Icbh,  Jami:h IIkjinaiiu DON.-i  KIhIkt M. Oibkiiu, Agent,  DnlodJuno 24t)i,  1012  Sayward Land District.  Umtilet of Sayward.  T-AKB NOTIOK thnt-John. Uormrd  Hyan of Now York, Now York, occuputU  on broker, inlntnU to npply for ni-rtnUiiion  to -mrulmtu the purt'li-iNu Llm follow witf do.  ii;ribod   Innila:���������C'oiniuoiiciuiJ ut  H po������t  plmiti-d at tin* nortli-MUHt uornor of tho  no th unat (]uiutcr of I-1 Wi, thouco oaat  Sayward Lai.d Oi_trivjt.  Dintr'otof Siajwaid.  TAKK NOTICK   that  William  JohnJwchainti, thenro north 40 ���������jliaini', thenc*  BulHv'iit, New Yoik, N, Y., oooopnt'on  clerk, inloinln to npply for porndMiioii I  tmrohuuu tho fo'lo \ In������! th. folio *-|iu ibin-  oribd laiidii'.~-f'������iii'f'������iuiiiK "t a V"^  plantod 10 cliniiw iouth from tlio iwuth*  oait comer *f lot WO ion lK)������it 571) thoncc  north 80 cliiilno, th<nco .*u.'. in cliiiU������,  tlionoe nouth 80 ohubu, thonoo went 80  chain*!, to point of oiMini������uoc*n������<*ut oon-  Uioiug 940 scree uto'ro er \m.  WIWjIAM'JOHNUULUVAM  Fi*herM, Uaikini, Agc-it.  ])i������to Jtno2l,t, 1912.  WUi'H-ii.  Hayward I.i>nd OI������t tot.  Diniilnt of Hiyward.  TAKE KOTK K Out Hoorgn Olurlo.  8louc,of Now   yoik, N. Y.(   oowtp'tioti  uWu, inittorti Ui app j ii.* v-**-*-^--'   -  pnrohnio thu foVowli H dowrilwd lii'tdi:-  Commonol-if. nf * pnit | Inuiwl 40 dlulm  wott M.d 20 cliilnu n������rtl) < f *������ n<"th *���������������������  oowr of lot 6H. thMici #nt -13  tjulin,  thtuea ilcoUt  20 clmni. ��������� thonrp *wt 40  cbniiti, thonitj wm\\\ 'US eS<*'i ������* tt> JO ������'��������� <���������>'  flnvwnrd Ltml D'oldit.  Dint' iot of 8*y writ  TAKK NOTICK thnt Williin. A������Ka������������t  wtst 80 olinhiH, thenco acilth 10 chniuu to  point of ci'iinmMioeiiiont oatitnii-liiff 3ii0  u.-tei moro 01)������������������.  JOIINl.KONAKUKVAN  l-Ulitr M.Ui.tkim, A������out.  UaloJoiio2ltli, l������l������,  Suywfud Land District  District of Siiywurd  TAKHiHdico thnt John-C������������������  -My,    of    Now   York,   M   Y.',  occupition    Kiveniftii,      Intends  ,ti nppiy fur pi'rmiiwion to pur*  .1-.*.,  Clinro    mt������      tuM'/in.-',  lan<t**>~Coniim'iii'i������ig   ttt u   [m*  JJ0  ninhchoO, <������( Now York, N. Y., oooupn*. .t)Mi[(il\ 20 chftiiiH south   nnd  tion clerk, InUndi tonu-ly for Vmnmm<\,^t      -j   f t]l0   1l0lth eWmr of  to puruluwo  U10   following   tlwnrihwl '-"������������������'���������'���������s ������������������������������ ' iin.,.������ .���������  ,   !    ���������    , *  ���������   ..,..������ ,.w������.dI Int r.51. thenro wwt  110 diaina to  8UBBOIUHK KOU THK NKW8  Riding on locomotlvea and rail  wfty cftra of tho Union flollinry  Company hy my Por8on ur l1"*  wne���������except Inin crew���������lit ���������triellj*  prohiHtid.   Kmploycef* f������ wb'I ^^^^'^,\'fc|jr<(! ������> Mw, mo������  '<rc to (Wli-flal !or allowing efttn- Pr ie_������,  Uv order  W. !,. COULSON,  Gcwtwi Maimer.  OKOUOKCIIAUTjM4HTOM|.  Fi������li<r M. G-e.JiB. Ag^***,  D*U* Jui������.J9tli, V)\'i,  30 chalwi oi������t and 40 fbni n no'tli -f H������<  north- wo������t corner of lot ftM, ������'������ii'<- ������.<-t  80oha'm more or lww, io lot Ml. Uim'CC*  40 chuinn *o������th n'onp eml boni-hiry ������-f  lot 351, thenea ������ut ftOUuinH m-i" <������< 1- "������  toUuw (������), tlH-ni* i!*r*'' d) r-������!'.Ui������ to  point of oommono*tnent containing WJ0  t-aiit) oii'ulry at l.i.t 551, thenco  .until HO fli'tin*, theticc wwt B0  .jiiitii!*, tlirtico north OOcltttliw to  point of coniine.ict'inont .contoht  n .loilK  CASStUf  itirM in������r������ or ion. 1 ,.. .  WII-MAM AtJUAUHV HlSUCUOlli l'lslicr  Vl#*.������r M.i.ukint. AM'������'.   \\nui\ h<hc ttOlli, WlVi.  D������UJu-i*"*!i!>, Wi  M. (..a������l:i'ni,A(;������ut.  it ���������-"-������������������--'���������[���������*.    _l_l_l I    I  "*"  ^ftBWgWWawMHSJBsaBwMiiMiiawiiilM  $$*wt*^mn#jm%  THE ^WS. CUMEF/RLAim R C.  SUMMER SKIN TROUBLES.  i  Sunburn,  blistering,  and   irritation  ���������ire the commonest form of summer  skin troubles, and Zam-Buk ends these  very quickly.     It works in two ways.  As soon as    applied,   its   antiseptic  powers get to work and kill all the  poison in a .'wound, a sting or a sore.  I'his generally ends the smarting and  .'he pain.     Then Z'am Buk begins the  '"icaliug process, and fresh healthy tis-  ue is built up.     For sore, blistered  bet, soro hands, heat rashes, baby's  ir-at spots, core places due to perspir-  tion, etc., you can't equal Zam-Buk.  'c also cures cuts, ulcers' abscesses,  riles, and all inflamed and diseased  conditions of skin and subjacent tis-  -,ue. Druggists and. stores everywhere sell Zam-Buk, COc. box. Use  Zam-Buk Soap also, 25c. per tablet.  All stores/br Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  All Made Clear  A woman missionary in China was  taking tea with a mandarin's eight  wives. The Chinese ladies examined  lior clothing, her hair, her teeth, and_  so on, but! her feet especially amazed  them. "Why," cried one, "you can  walk am', run as well as a man!"  "Yes. to be sure," said the missionary.  "Can vou ride a horse,, and swim,  too1'" ' "Yes." "Then you must bo  as strong as a man!" "I am," "And  you wouldn't let a man beat you���������not  even if ho was your husband���������would  yen?" "indeed I wouldn't," the mis-  si snarv said. The mandarin's eight  wives looked at one another, nodding  their heads. Then the oldest, said,  softly: ;'No\v I understand why the  foreign , devil never has more than  o*io wife.t    Ho is afraid."  No Music at Windsor Castle  At Windsor Ca-'lle. if anywhere In  England, one might expect-to find the  inhabitants punctilious in the observance of all the usual outward demonstrations in loyalty to the crown.  B_t the Colonel in command of the  Second Life Guards, the regiment at  present ..stationed at Windsor, has  found tho townspeople remiss and has  taken the only means open to him  of punishing them.  One of the three regiments of  Household Cavalry is always stationed  at "Windsor,,, and .for ���������generations it  has been the custom of the towns-  p-ople to go to the barracks after  church parade, and listen to the regimental band. One Sunday recently  Colonel Ferguson, the commanding  officer, was present In tho barrack  square when the baud played the national'anthem at the close of its programme and was so struck with the  apparent disrespect of many of the  civilian listener.! who did not raise  their hats or salute in any fashion  that on the following day he issued  an order prohibiting the band from  playing in the square till further orders.���������McCall's Magazine.  The transition from winter's cold  to summer's' heat frequently puts a  strain upon the. system that produces  internal complications, always painful  and often serious. A common form  of disorder is dysentery, to which  many ' are prone in the spring and  summer. The very best medicine  to use in subduing this painful ailment  Is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. It is a standard remedy, sold  everywhere. ,  A Poet Successful and .Lazy  Aspirants to success who are discouraged by the very early rising of  Coke and Kant should think of the  successful poet Thomson, and-be comforted. Forv Thomson was one of  the laziest men that ever lived, and  seldom rose before noon.  And yet in 'The Seasons" he managed to' give us one of our finest descriptions of a sunrise. It is said  of him that lie would eat the sunny  side off the peaches in his garden  with his hands in his pocket-, but  even such late rising and his Castle  of Indolence did not prevent his becoming famous.���������London Chronicle.  Keep Minard's"Liniment*!*, the house.  told  dinner  in  Disappointed  ,   A member of tlie Chicago bar  'this  story  of  a  lawyer's   -"���������'-"  Indiana. o  A farmer's son in Illinois conceived  a desiro to shine as a legal ligh%  Accordingly he went to Springlield,  where he accepted employment at a  small sum from a fairly well known  lawyer. At the end of three days'  studv '-o returned to the farm.  Well, Bill,'-how'd ye like the law?  asked the father.  It ain't what it's cracked up to bo,  responded Bill, gloomily. I'm, sorry  I learned it.���������Chicago livening Post.  I'm surprised, Tommy, said tho father, reprovingly, that you should  strike, your little brother- Don't you  know that it is cowardly to strike  anyone smaller than yourself? Yes,  answered Tommy. But when you  spanked me yesterday I was too polite to ���������mention it.  INDIGESTION  RIGHTLY CURED  By Toning up the Stomach to do the  Work Nature Intends It Should  Indigestion should not be neglected for,a moment, for by depriving the  body of its proper nourishment  .through the food, the trouble grows  steadily worse. - Neither should,stimulating medicines, which ruin the already! weak stomach by making it  work beyond its strength, be used;  nor pre-dlgested foods, which do not  excite a 'flow'of the digestive fluids,  and by disuse cause the stomach to  grow weaker. ���������"���������'Nowhere is the tonic  treatment by Dr. Williams* Pink Pills  more clearly useful. The principle  of this treatment is to enable the  stomach to do Its own work by building up the blood and giving tone to  the no. yes*. ���������" When these*-are once  restored to their normal health indigestion disappears and the cure is  permanent. Here is an experience  with this treatment. Mr. John Bre-  nenstal. Calgary,. Alta., says: "For  years I was an almost constant sufferer f.oirr indigestion, and naturally  because there was much nutritious  food which I could not eat owing to  the pain.and discomfort which fol-  ���������lowedT-I���������was���������-becoming���������much���������run  clown. I tried many medicines but  none of "them-'helped me until I began the use of. Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills.. After taking a few boxes I  was- much better and in the course  "of,a"couple of months was quite well  a!ul   could   eat any  food  set  before  hu."  ���������  _  ������������������".   ,:."  If you are u sufferer from in'dlges-  tiou, or any trouble due to bad  blood or weak nerves, you can begin  to cure yourself today by taking Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, Sold by all  meuieine dealers or by mail at 50  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50 from  The Dr. Williams' Medicino Co.,  Brockvillo, Ont.  Towns Without Taxes  It was recently reported from Germany that there was a little town  %ithin the Empire in which there  were no. taxes The town possessed  benefactions, the revenues from which,  enabled it to pay its way .without the  intervention of the tax gatherer.  ������ France never likes to be outdone  by anything German, so a Paris contemporary has set itself the'task of  finding a parallel. Something more  than a parallel has been discovered,  for not only are there no taxes but  the timbers on the communial lands  are sufficient to grant each person a  small annuity! This happy land is  Montmarlon, in the Midi. There are  seven electors in the hamlet, so., to  a'void anything; like rivalry the seven  return themselves to the local council. '..; '  ���������  Cutting down trees and selling them  is sufficient to provide a livelihood  for these simple people, whose tastes  are so modest that they may be. termed by som. uncivilized.���������London  Globe.  The Oldest Newspaper  A class was recruiting a lesson hi  undent history, says n Lachlne  Bchool teacher and ono of ���������'the pupils  was describing (he Olympian games,  A great many people wont to see  them, she said, because it was put in  tho paper when they were coming  o't. Did they have papers In those  days? Why,-yon,-was the reply-  It Haya so In the book anyway. It  says the Herald'proclaimed them!  Cotton Is grown only in the tropical or eoiril-troplcnl regions, while  wool comor. almost entirely from the  temperate regions.  SKM CLEAR  ,  Sing Me tho Good Old Songs  Oh, sing me the songs that once you  sang,  In tlie days that have gone by;  The pallor songs and the shepherd's  Eongs,  And .the songs of sea and sky.  The songs of peace and the songs of  "'��������� .���������war,.'" ���������'. ������������������������������������ ��������� i',v-���������'���������'������������������ ������������������������������������''.���������  Of the buccaneer bold and free  Who roamed the main for gala and  ��������� -'.-fame .'���������.   ���������-���������.-:  Till he hung on the gallows tree.  Of horsemen who rode through blood  and fire . ;  Never heeding the hellish blast,  Of; cannon's-boom and mortar's hiss  Where the "Jleath King" followed  fast. -      .  * ���������   ��������� ��������� ���������  Oh, sing me the-songs of love and  mirth.  We heard In our youthful glee,  When our hearts were light and our  spirits bright  As the bird that sings on the lea.  ,    ���������Mall and Empire  NO OPERATION WAS  EVER NEEDED HERE  BECAUSE   MRS.   GOODINE     USED  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS  woot^xs  <���������?���������??==_  wt������vi! sn'ui-ti'c. ..l o  5L  YOU'LL HAVE LESS WORK AND MORE PEAY  IP YOU TRY THE MOONEY WAY  ���������������������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-_������_________i^_-_____���������_-^_____i������^p__________������______^_p������������������_i^_______^  The MOONEY way means more biscuits, less home cooking:  ;'.';     Because MOON EY'S BISCUITS are fresh enough and appetizing  enough to take the place of the product of your own oven.% For the daily meal  you'll like i  MOON EY'S PERFECTION  SODA   BISCUITS  They're the crispest, creamiest, most delicious soda  biscuits ever produced and they're made in Winnipeg.   A Western biscuit for Western people.  In air-tight packages or scaled'tins;  ������������������-.���������;Le?F&  M&ri_Y  "'DbviT.:'  . There is mich a thing as overdoing-  this "bright side" business, recently  observed a crusty old bachelor,' as  was evidenced recently in tlie household of a friend of mine, whoso wife  has always prilled herself on the elr*  cumstanco 'that she looks on the  bright side,  The husband, an absent minded  sort of a chap, put the lighted' end of  his cigar In IiIh mouth as ho sal. reading ono evening. Of -courso, ho  jumped up-nrjl nuido a dreadful racket for a luouionl, Thon wlfoy, anxious to livo tip to her reputation of  being nice nnd cheerful and encouraging, Hiiillcd blandly nnd observed���������  At any rule, dear, II was most fortunate Mint you,discovered It ut onco,  An Absent Minded Professor  A very nbHeiil-niliidcd professor  <vas bir.illy engaged In solving a scion*  Mile problem when Iho num.) opoiuul  tho library'door nnd - announced n  (.rent family ovuil,  The little Hlvangor has arrived, pro-  1'osnoi*.   ���������  lOhV mild I lie professor.  It Is a llllle hoy. snld the nurse.  Utile hoy, III Mo boy, mimed the  pi'o.i������hbov. Woll, iikIc lilm whnt ho  w-int.8.���������Woiiuiii'h Homo ('uinjninlon.  UJ 1 lUUKA  Soap and Ointment  No other emollients do so much  for pimples, blackheads, red,  rough nnd oily skjn, itching,  scaly scalps, dry, thin and falling  hair, chapped hands nnd shapeless  naiU. They dn even mure for skin-  tortured and disfigured infants.  JUtlitii-jli CMMfiirt, r<������i������ ������nd niiilnunt ftrl  ���������*)!4 hy ilfi<n������ui������ tml il-\i-n ovcryirlii'rf, ��������� lldonl  HWXiUnt t-4cli. wllh n.*-|i!>iiii liiulii.t on Ir'HUu'-nV  i*t ������U6 i������-l lialr. will lie -xiil, \inl-1rr*. (in inniUc*-  ton u ' Outtouni," ltopl. HM, I'imI.ii, IJ, H, A,  W- N. U. 90J  A Doon for the Bilious.���������-Thn Myelin a very neiinll|ve organ und ensily  denuigoil, Whon Mils oucurs (hero Ih  undue. imi-ivMon of bllo and (ho uorld  II iiibl down Inlo ihe uloiwich nnd  iimir.-i li. It Ih ii moHt distressing  ni 1 itifit<, nnd many nre prono to It,  In Oil-, condition a mini lliidri Mid brut  remedy In Pn nun lee's Vegetable 1>||Ih  which nro wniTiinle.il lo speedily correct iho d bin ni or. Thorn Ih no bettor  iiifdh-liie In Ilu- en 111-' lint of pill  prepariilloihi,  Doctor said she would have to undergo operation, but Dodd's Kidney  Pills  cured  her.   ,  Central Kingsclear, York Co., N.B.  (Special)���������"The doctor said I would  have to undergo an operation." So  said Mrs. J. V. Goodirie, of this place.  But she smiled as she made 'the remark, for all need of the dreaded op-  efation-had'vanishedi���������-Mrs.-Goodinp-  used Dodd's Kidney Pills and is a  well woman. Given in brief and in  her own words, Mrs. Goodine's exper;  ience is as follows :-  "I was' very miserable with Kidney  Disease and unable to do my own  work. ' The doctor said I would have  to tlndergo ah operation. After using three boxes of Dodd's Kidney  Pills I was all better and able to do  my work. This statement is truo,  as you can easily prove by enquiring  among my neighbors."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure the Kidneys; cured kidneys strain all the  poisons and other causes of disease  out. of tho Wood, Thus Dodd's Kidney Pills aro a natural cure for all  Kidney diseases and, all ills caused  by diseased, kidneys,  Daddy's Weak Spot  Walter was 8 years old, He had  been very naiighty. In point, of fact  he had emptied a bottle of red Ink  over his mother'!) white Pomeranian--  jusl, for fun of coiirHC.  Now tho prion had to bo paid for tho  enjoyment, and father was taking a  hand Jn'tho gome,  Lit tio Lucy, Walter's sister, was In  thn room al the tlmo of the conflict,  Thud, thud, thud, fell"father's hand,  punctuated by Waller's walllngs.  ��������� At Inst Lucy could si nnd It-no long'-  or. Bursting with Indignation, sho  aUnipe.'. hor tiny foot on tho floor.  "Tread on his corn, Wnl," she cried.  "That'll stop him,"  The Average Income  The  average  income is sorely  tried  In the struggle to make ends meet���������  To pay the wages of those who'help  And the bills for tho food we eat.  ''"or butler is up, potatoes are up,  And meals were never so dear  But the average income just stands  still,  Or elsa grows smaller each year.  The c_c_ In the kitchen asks for moro  And so does the serving maid,  And   then,  perforce, as  a matter of  course, " *.  The increase must be paid.  We are fold the coal, is about to rise  The gas Bills are twice as large���������  And for every strike which threatens  ���������the laud     .,   .  The consumer must pay the charge.  So^ what a'e.the people going to do,  -".nd how are we going to live,  ���������When-the-average-incouie-ls-stretched'  aud strained "'  Beyond what it's able to give?  When You Buy Matches,  Ask for  GdBirc/  Ono il'iy Murk Twain wiih being  Hlmved by n very tnlkullvo Imrlior nnil  wan forced to listen to many o( hla  niutcdoleii,  Tit-,' Imiher had to Hlrop IiIh razor  .';���������;.���������!    \\\n:U   )k-   W.lii   li-H<ly,     hlilrtil      lit  liiui'l, to commence, ngaln, ho naked;  Hhull 1 no ovor II ngiiln?  No tlmiikH, drawled Mark, U'n  hardly imci-BHnry, 1 think 1 enn ro-  iiHiubor ovory word.-'-I-'verybody'H.  Would not 8ave Hla Heroine  Bnlfour'H IoiihI. of Iho "Iltoriilui'o In  pni'tlciihu* which norves Mm pi'ont  cauHo of cheorlng uh ull up" reminds  one how nn ai'tlnt was onco tempted  to give IiIh liorotiitj health and huppl-  JI0HK.  "('Inrliwa Ilnrlowc" run Its course  In voluiiii'H liiHiied periodically, anil  ul tlio end of tlio nlxlli- CIiii'Ihhh wim  loft (lying. TIiIh ho itffeetfMl a inlii-  guided oiitliiiHlaHl. Mini he til, once offered IllchnrdHon Sii.OOO If In tlio next  volunio he would rosloro her to  licallh.  IllclJiinliitni rofiifieiK Tdtmntiiro Iiuh  lis heroe������.  England's Last Fatal Duel  It would be difficult to ilnd anybody  who remembers the last fatal duel in  England. The date was May 20,  18-15, and the place "a spot on the  shore near Gosport. Lieutenant Hawkey, of the Royal Marines,' believing'  Lieutenant Seton had paid too much  attention to his wife at a South Sen  function, called him- a villian and  blackguard, threatening to horsewhip  him and attempted, to kick him,  Although dueling had been forbidden by articles of war in 1844, after  tho horror caused by the death of Colonel Pawcett at the.'hands of his  brother-in-law, Lieutenant Munvo, in  1843, the provocation in the Hawkey-  Soton case was such that a meeting  resulted. Seton fired and missed. Tho  hammer of Hawkey's pistol being set  on tho safety notch, it; would not go  off. ��������� At the second discharge Seton  fell,     Hawkey flod to Prance.  Mlriard'i Liniment, the Lumberman'!  Friend,  Wliy**Not?  CniiRultod a phyHlelitn (IiIh morning  nml he ndvlHoil mo to glvo up my pipe,  (live up your pip", oh! What did  ho cluu'R. ynu for Mutt!  Ten dnllfii-M, I hupx* h" llioii(;h|  for the mointsiit lie wiiei a plii.iibi.r,--  llotiton Troriucrliit.  A Slight Mistake  At a rr-cont football iiinlch one of Mio  players caught the bull heavily In flu*  fauo, nml hud lo reflrn for hoiiio (lino,  A man In Iho crowd, coimplcuoiiH by  tho uiiiiHi'iil hI'/.o of IiIh noun, Hiiddenly  exclaimed.  Bub. kouiii of Il.o pluyei-H iiowndayB  nro mado of gliigorbt'ead. Why, In  my younger iltiyu, whon I waa playing  on one occiifllon tho ball lilt ine on  ni,- limn: u.ili i.iiiii li/li:i) 1,1 it I. I lull IM  Ihe f.round Vnl I 'ilmply Jumped up  nnd fimlled.  And no did the crowd, I mipposo,  asked Honieona behind.  Coi'lnlnly nol. why nhould thoy?  Well, It lonlm to mo iih Ihoiifth I hoy  ������������������.i", ,,s.m������>  u\.u,i. t,u *iu- iui'id und iimro.in  Iho football awny In jiiIhIiiUo, replied  tho othei*. Ho miildeiily becnnio en-  1,1'osncd In tho play.  Poetic Justice In Franco  Tho following is a caRo of poetic  justice tin moted out, In Prance.  NA well-known Parisian architect  was Hitting in his.office when he  hoar a knock at, tho door. As he  wUshod to ho alone, he took no nollco  of (ho knock but. wont on with -his  work, A few moments later he  heard a koy moving'In the lock, Not  doubting that his visitor was a burglar, tho architect nrined lilmi.olf,.wIth  a revolver nnd rjulotly hid behind  somo curliiliiH, Presently tlio thlof  onlercd nnd proceeded to rlflo the  plnco, ~ Tl'icii Hiiddenly ho Htavtod nnd  l.rew jialo, Iu ������ mirror he hnd scon  a revolver leveled nt his head from  behind Ihe curluiiin,  "Open Mio window," ordored tho  nrohltecl, "and Hhout "polled"  Tho bu������ghir had no allnrnivtlvo but  lu obey r.nd no Hi'iiunioiiad the ofllcor  by whom ho wan to bo aiTOHled.**--  tlroon Bug.  They have a true  safety  base  head,   with  silent   tip.     Will  never  explode  if  Stepped   on.  Eddy's Matches have satisfied Canadians since 1851���������accept no other*.  The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  ���������INSIST=GN= GETHNG "EDDY^'��������� n-���������  Washboards,   Wood Pails and   Tubs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  The Clinton Motor Car Co., Limited  ������^t ������������������������������������TTkTm/vm.Tfc  Motor Cars, Delivery Waggons, and Heavy Trucks, at the Winnipeg Fair  July 10th, to July 20th.  You are cordially invited to Inspect these Canadian made cars If you  visit the Fair.  We want agents In all the centres of Manitoba and Alberta, that are  not already signed up.   For Information address  E. D.Cleghorn, Sales; Manager,  Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg  "���������,'*. P____MI'IIMI    I        ���������       ���������*���������������������������������! I '���������������������������  Agents ior the Province of Saskatchewan:  STERNS &, BURTON,   -   -   -   -   -   SASKATOON  Llnyd'H reporlH for (ho H monlliH  endliiK Doc. I liiHl,, flhow tho Iohii  or condemnation of 2Br> Hhtpn ot ono  hundred tout, or over, Of I.Hoho 24  woro Hbuiidoncd nt iien, hovoii burned.  _l wero lout by collision, !10 foundoi-d  and 12U wrocked,  Other side of the Window  "Why, biidgot, you   nuroly   don't  coiiHlder Mioho    wlndowa    wanhod?"  Huld tho lady of tho houuo roprouch-  fully.  "Sure, \ washed 'cm nlcoly on Iho  Insldo, *iiiuni, ho yo can look out," ro*  |/llt;u  JiiiuMi, "bill. I liiUiliUuiliiiij   iill  thlm .i little dirty on tho rmltddc ro  thlm Ijrnorant ,'lonoH ohlldron ulxt  door couldn't look In,"  Wni ho rool ou tho wIIiiohh filiuiil?  Yok, until tlio lawyer on tlio othf-r  ������!dc- bc_an (o roa'M litu.,  Tl^y hnd boon hnvlnfj a lltllo tiff.  Oh, of (ioiii'ho, Hitld lio, wrntlifully, I  am aUajti In tin.* \siuiii.,  Not nlwiiyn, Haiti hIio, calmly, T.anl  M-fOk you (idnilttcd (hut you \/a. lu  tho wrong:-  Woll, wIiiiI'h Mint ftnt to do wllh It?  ho lUmi.'iiideil.  NoMi"'ik, oxropl Mint ynu woro pop-  foclly rljiht whon you ndniltlt-d it, H]\o  I.JplH-ll.  Constipation ���������������  il an enemy within the camp. It will  undermine the strongest contlitutlrm  - nud ruin tho most viRorous health.  Tho Japanese Beggar,/  Directly a policeman of opt! station  doHcrios a boKKiir ho kicks htm away,  no mntlor whltlipr, and another policeman )f another station ciitolioB  hold of tho fellow and throws him  out of hla npea, rind ho ou, with tho  consoquonco that boRRiiVH after wnn*  dorliiR from one ward to anothor and  back again ultimately seltlo dowii In  tho regions of tho least resistance,  namely, the suburbs, The latest hap  ponlnffl prove that the Huburbd ar  fast bocomliiK tho contro of mondlolt  nnd crlmlnnllly, Tlio Mnlnlchl thoro  for boi.ii tho aiitlioi'itlofl "to adopt a  positive Instead of patchwork poljno"  julvocntlnu au oxliauHtlyo'study of the  problem.       >  Anolher plan Is Mint tlio tonchoifn  of primary richools ho called upon to  ImprcHfl upon tho emotional youngsters tho utter doHplciiblllly of bog*  Rars, ho Mint tho younger generation  may consider boggnvH us Mioho (Iohoi'v-  lng to ho kicked out for tholr Inzl-  nous or to bo maintained hy public  charily, rather than as poor follows  meriting Individual assistance.���������From  the Tuklo Mnlnlchl.  ������ ��������� ii ���������  Church���������I soo It la Bald that In tho  Bluo Nile region lu Egypt, a native laborer can livo vory comfortably on six  to eight cents a day. (_othnm--Yo8,  but I suppoHo Mm troublo Is In finding  out just whoro Uiu nix to eight cents  .. day U cwnliii' from. Yonkcro  BtatoHinan,  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mm.Wikb'.ow'* 8ooTiiiNO 8viior Iibi bee*  uitd for over HIXTV VMAU8 bv Mir.MONa of  MOTHRRa for tlielr CHILDUlW WHII.*  ���������flYwTHlNO. with PBHI'KC'r8UCCU8B. tit'  B60TI.I59 tlif CHn.D, BOl'TRNtt the OUM8.  AI.UVB all PAIN | CUKK8 WIN!) COMCi tail  Ulli������btit r������mefly for WAUHHCUA. U li ������N  ���������oltitrly h������rml������M.- He mre indnult for "MnJ  WlBolow'i Bflotljlnff Byrup," and (���������_.��������� ������o otbii  kind, Tweaty-fiva cetitu bottle.  II WATERPROOF COLLARS  ii <��������� 111!- pr'���������>' I1*i'i (r.iiic rtnii it'!'  JU,|i il'lt.lW'il  li. I|   v(i yi   -I    .ill   i I ii ..  luifi   Al .ni iiciiiif", iir i,( nil ir, ,��������� ii,  ',1,11 ii'ij   ' '>lr   '"Ml   'IN l' i������'i| ������������������>,'( i il  The Arlington Co. ol Canada, Ud,  ' " '* >w\ rt1,' ,T<Mon!o, Ont at ic*  ';!  The Wrong Port  Mrs, Neurit oh���������So you heard from  your ulster, How did sho enjoy tho  trip across? ��������� ������  MIhh Young���������Well, Hho wrote (hat  Bho wan vory glad whon thoy reached  terra llrma. *"  Mrs, Notirltch���������Terra flrmn? Why,  I thought alio was to land al Liverpool. ,  lov������,  oumiciH,  on,  on, elck  ie mon  I In,  To  It leads to indla;o������tloi), bll  impure blood, bad complex  licidaclieo, and ii one of t  freiiu<?nt causes of nppenrllc t  iiculcctit.ii alow anicidi*. Dr. Mor.if. ������  Indian Root Pill* poiltlvcly cure  Conodpation. Tli-y fir* fntlrHy  Vt'grtable In fOinr>o������iiiO(i and do not  iick.n, w#aken or gripe. Preierve  your health by taking  Dr. Morse's   "  Indian IVoot Pilla  My daughter nays 1 havo a good  car for music. What does Bho moan  by thai'.' I don't know oxactly, I'm  nt rn Id hIki refers io lliu I act that i  can listen lo somo of Iho things sho  plays without, gutting the oaracho ���������  Washington Star.  Willis���������What pnalllon do you occupy In your household? CIIIIIh���������I  am ircnmirrr to my wlfo'ii nodal ace-  rotary.���������Jiidgo, ,  Tho lonn rovorond was   first   ap*  piled to a clergyman in 1CG7,  In J10 wasps1 noslfl thoro wero au  aveiHfco cf 23,001) limed*,      ,  Exoltement  lliiBliand    (clioorllyj���������'Woll,  liaiu yuc ii'td a, plcawl day','  Wlfo-Oh, Bplondld! After I  dressed the ohlldron and got tln������ni  off, washed Iho dlshos nnd mado boiihv  plos, cloarcd away tho luncheon table nnd nnnwnrod Rome letters. 1 nllll  had tlmo enough loft to darn my  stocking*,���������Ilnrpor'a llnzitr,  IltiAbond���������13ut yon must odmlt thai  men havo hotter Judgment thnn women, Wife���������Oh, yes���������you murrlod  me, and I, you,���������Life,  CHCW  PIXIE TOBACCO  ..k,..,,.-,,,.,.*!-.:'^.-1- ,__.
THE NEWS. Cm_BET.T.A]VD, B. C
jU
<WW***��*m'W'm*#*'W*_
I At the Poorhoose
Door.
' It Was Different From What
Jessica Expected.
' ���'  /
By NANCY HAZLIP.
said, holding tight to ber motberg
hand, 'T shall do busy���packing tap
and.finding ont hot? ire can best gel
away." ^
"Oh, shut np! Stop your foolish talkl"
grandma commanded fretfully.
Ann Eliza came In from t|he garden,
both her hands full of dewy roses.
"Here I Take these and fix the parlor
vases," she commanded Jessica.
Jessica shook her head and turned toward the door.   Grandma had weaken-
' ed sensibly.   She was on the point of
_ | mumbling out an apology.  But as Ann
*^*\^^^^^^^^>'^^^^^M* EiiZa cried pettishly, "I wish you'd look
"I don't see why you would name a , *t that; I told you what would come of
girl child Jessica. You might 'a' known I ��ettl-nS beggars <fa horsebaekl" her an-
eh'e'd grow up so prim and high head-  ��e��� J-am;d UP holtfr "J��� *ver-       , .
?,._,, ,   ,, ,_,     "You do as you're told " 6_e cried,
���d a_d hateful no man in his senses *d I catch      z^    * ^ ^^ ^
*\*v want to marry her, and, land  trying t0 shake her    ���you MJ you
knows, women tbat don't marry have a ! want to work for a livin'.   prove it by
kard time," Grandma Cole said to her J tynitin' on your betters 1"
ion's meek widow. J��sica set ber teeth hard, broke from
Mrs.- Cole answered a little tremu-, the quavery hold and rushed away. At
lously., "But, mother, tbey do want to ' the steps .''she.stopped, smiled bitterly
marry her.   Jessy might 'a' had four' an_.  shook  the dust  from  her feet
ENGLAND'S BIG  BOAT RACE.
proposals last year if only she'd 'a'
gone and let tbe men speak out."
*   "And who were the men, I'd like- to
Over her shoulder she called clearly:
"Mother, meet me at the big gate iu an
hour^ By then I shall know .exactly
kuowii' Grandma puffed, her throat I what we can do."
���welling visibly. "Widderwers wllh | Ten minutes-later she stood In the
sine children or else one foot In the j Wakefield yard facing Jimmy, with her
grave,- or cranky old bachelors, or, [ i,enrt beating so it half suffocated her.
maybe, even preachers. Besides, how ] she had so dreaded to tell what must j
tan you know even a preacher wants' D0 told-to ask the help that was im-
to marry you unless he ups and says! peratlve. It was not much, only toear-
���o? I never did hold with this way of rv her mother and their scant beloiig-
makin' out every man thnt went to a   jugs to tbe poorhouse.    Any shelter
Origin at th* Annual Match Between
Oxford and Cambridge.
Ia the year 1829 two university
eights met in a rowing match from
Hambledon lock to Benley bridge.
One crew .wore dark striped jerseys
and black hats, and the other appeared in white shirts, wearing a .Ink
necktie. Tbe race was rowed in slow,
heavy boats, built with high sides, and
square oars propelled the crews along.
No enthusiastic crowds lined the
banks of the river all along the course,
and no evening papers, giving the result of the race, sold In hundreds of
thousands all over the country when
the race was over. Yet this was the
beginning of the most popular racing
event in the rowing world���the Oxford
and Cambridge boat face.
Tbe boats used by the eights in those
days were clumsy and uncomfortable.
Sliding seats were unknown, and the
craft were weighed down with heavy
metal keels.' Outriggers���the extended
parts of a boat's gunwale, that give a
greater leverage-were also ' unheard
of, for it was not until 1840 that they
were -introduced by the -university
crews. In 1857 keelless boats were
adopted, and sliding seats were used
in them-In 1873. _
, Oxford did not adopt the dark blue
that Is so well known today until 1838,
when' Cambridge appeared in Eton colors.���Pearson's Weekly.
house or even rode past it had a notion
at goln' there courtln'
would be better than the Cole roof.
There was nobody else she could ask.
She paused in breathless triumph. If Jimmy "was the only friend within
Mrs. Lem Cole bad. been wise'she walking distance���moreover, Ihe slnglo
would have held her peace. Grandma' person to whom she could bring her-
SWASTIKA CHARMS.
HH
bore controverting very ill indeed, and
to prove her in tho wrong was to risk
everything. Mrs.- Lem knew that very
well, but a goaded woman is often a
desperate oue. Therefore sho 'burst
eut: "Well, three of the men���and they
weren't widowers nor preachers, but
real good chances���osked me to ask
Jessy If she'd listen to 'em. And the
el her one"���.
"There .wasn't any other one. Maria,
I don't believe one word you're Bay-
.tn\" grandma broke out furiously.
"Four, proposals Indftedl Why, Ann
I.iKn didn't have but^three In the
' whole of last year and the beaus
around her all the tlme^ like bees
around a honey pot."
"The, other one was Jimmy .Wakefield. And ho wouldn't be stopped.
Just up aud asked Jessy like a man,"
Mrs. Lem said, not meekly, but with
bucIi red spots In her cheeks she looked nlmost as young as her daughter.
"Get out of here, you!" grandma
panted. "Jimmy Wakefield, Indeedl
Why, he's never had a notion to anybody but Ann Liza. And she's goln' to
take him, too, when she gets good and
ready. .Don't you dare talk of him
���wantln- that- stlck-of-a-Jessy;���If���I-
thought there was any truth In what
you've said I'd send you straight out
���f the house."
"Then we'll go without waiting to be
' sent!" Jessy burst out from the doorway. Sho had been standing Just outside, feeling somehow that ber.dear,
patient mother might need her help
and countenance. "I don't like to tell
���to say���such things," sho went on,*
"but mammy told the truth, nothing
but the truth, and she shan't stay here
to be Insulted. Unless you ask her
pardon we'll go away." *���
"Where--lo tlV*- county poorhouse?
I don't know any other chanco for ye,"
grandma said, white faced, her eyes
flashing.
She wns nn Imperious old lady, nobly
partial to icr namosake nud favorite
grandchild, Ann Eliza Wicks,, partly
. .because Ann Eliza was pretty and taking nud Impertinent, pnrily also because eho had money enough of her
.own to bo entirely Independent. '
Grandfather Colo had left everything
to his wlfo. Sho held on lo It with a
grip of Iron. All her Ave children had
prospered except luckless Lemuel. Ho
had loft wlfo and daughter littlo except his III luck. It hnd followod them
���o throughout tho threo years sjneo his
denth they hnd jit Inst been forced to
accept tho shelter grandma hod grudgingly offered.
������"""Teach school! You know I won't
Irnvb* thnt," grandma hnd snld to Jen-
ay. plan. "No, missy, I'll marry yon
" off In a yonr. Then you enn tnko your
mother homo'wllh you. rtemombcr
beggnrs mustn't bo choosers. I'ou ain't
quite n beggur. You'll get something
when I die of course. Hut, I ain't going lo boo my httsbnnd'8 monoy wasted
���s long n�� I.enn. help It, oven If I had
any lo spare, which I haven't. It costs
such n lot to do things, Why, Just
even half llvin' nearly bankrupts mo.
,i, Ann Liza him to* hnvo things. She's
got a delicate nppolllo nnd ho notion-
ato, flho enn-afford (oho. bocnuso alio
can koop on bavin* whnt she wnnts
whon Hho comes to apondln' hor own
money, you'vo got no money to spend,
���o you'd bolter learn oconomy every
wny,"
Jossy hnd beon for going away then,
but hor mother's timorous fears hnd
prevailed on hor to stay, Jessy wad
not strictly protty. Hor oyes wero not
lorlous, her. lips too nevcro. Sho,had
a good chin, flno nnd clean cut, nnd n
' lovely nock bolovr It. Hor hair wns
incn, litr Ljcri r. wslcr line.'
Ann TCI ton hurt Wiicl? eyr-n nnd hnlr
and vory high color. Grnndmn (bought
tor tli"6 prettiest creature in tho world,
She llkowlso thought Jessica hnrdly
pnmwb'e. lint now ub sho faced hor
fi'-indHilld Rhe snw n Jf-rmlrn new nnd
���Irnuge, one whoso checks woro dam-
m rones,
Tho chango Blnrtled hor. Sho turned
H\l nbout, saying In n grimibllnrf
toleos "Mnrla, you oughtn't (o provoko
h* to, Go out In tho garden, I'm
comfn' pretty shortly. And you, ,Tc;-sy,
toll Iho boy to bring round tho buggy.
i wimt you nud Aim LI/.u to drive ovor
to the store for me,"
self to make such appeal. She was, in
a way, bound; to make it. Sho had
promised when -She denied him that
dearer promise to call on him if she
found herself ln.need of him. Now
she was blessing him silently that he
had not asked anything, had listened
only to what she cared to'tell and said
afterward, with'a little soothing touch
on her hand: "You did right to como to
me, Jessy. Of course I'll take you anywhere you may want to go,"
"You���you must only send us. Black
Billy can take us in the wagon. Grandma will be so angry if she knows you
helped us escape," Jessica bad answered, but at thatspeech Jimmy only
smiled.
Very shortly he made her sit down
on the bench under the big elm and
went away whistling, lo reappear all
in a whiffet, driving a spanking pair,
which drew a double seated vehicle,
spick and span. %
"I- think we'd better make the trip
a quick one," was all he said in answer to Jessy's expostulation.
Almost before she knew It she was,:
sitting beside him, bowling along the
turnpike_a^t_the team's J)est pace^_j\s_
~quic_ly"her~mother'was gathered "up,
and, the hand, luggage properly bestowed, Jimmy amazed Jessy by bidding her sit behind, adding, "1 want to
talk lo mammy, and these horses don't
let me turn by. bead for any considerable time."
Jessy began to feel desperately lonely. She could not even divert herself
by watching the dazzle.of the flying
spokes as tho wheels" spun round.
Jimmy was driving very fast and
keeping to the turnpike. It must be he
meant to take them through town.
Thnt, ho doubt, accounted for his cholco"
of a rig. Sho knew ho hated a shabby
outfit, especially upon Saturdays and
court days. It might bo ho bad business that couhjxliot; wait, but somehow sho felt thnt he wns unkind to
think of anything but her extremity.
Then she sank Into a sort of daze, won-
deling dully, how it would seem to flntl
herself a-pauper, duly'committed. She
had not thought of thnt before. Of
course there wero legal forms beforo
they could plalm thoiast reflux of tho
destitute, and would not the authorities get back at grandma? Sho had a
dim Idea that well to do folk had to
answer for their nenr kin.
No doubt that wns whnt Jimmy wns
speaking about. Ho wns talking low
and cngorly to mnmmn. Yes, bo wns
turning tho horses townrd tho courthouse Bqunro. In n wink thoy drew
up there, nnd Jimmy, springing down,
hold out his arms.to her. "You know
Ihoro nro nrrnngomonls, ' Will you
(rust me to rank�� thornV" ho nsked very
low,
Jessica could only bow ,her head,
Speech wns beyond her. JJmmy looked
nt her, his oyos tender, yet mischievous. "I want to commit you for llfo
lo n poorhouae. of which I nm beeper,"
ho whispered, "Mnmmn Is wllliug.
What do you say?"
"Nothing," JoBHlcn sold, but ns she
snld it Bho Inld her hand In Jimmy's
strong clnsp und dropped hor long
Inshed lids lo yell a rush of hnppy
tears,
They Must Be Pointed the Right Way
lo Bring Good Luck.
One of tbe lucky charms most generally worn recently was the swastika. Superstitious wearers would do
well to examine tbelr reproductions of
It and make sure tbat tbey are correct in form and material, for Sir
George, Birdwood, an authority on Indian matters, has been giving some Interesting and alarming facts concerning this ancient and mystic symbol.
The right handed swastika���that is,
tho ono whose transom or arm points
to the right���is the symbol of the sun
and of light of health and happiness
aud other good qualities, and it alone
Is lucky. It should be fashioned only
of gold and colored (if enameled on
any other metal) only red, the color of
the east, or yellow, the color of the
south.
The left banded swastika Is tbe sym-
bol of ihe moou and of moonlight, of
all darkness and supernatural terrors,
of all mortal diseases and disgraces
and other forms of li! omen.
It should be formed only of silver
or colored blue, green, white or black
If It Is expected to perform Its work
in a thoroughly businesslike unlucky
way.���London Cor. New York Sun.	
BURBAGE, THE ACTOR.
j    .
He Was the First te Appear In Shakespeare's Leading Roles.
The first actor to personate Shakespeare's leading characters was Richard Burbage, who was probably born
In the same year with Shakespeare,
and whose name stands next to that of
Shakespeare In the licences for acting
granted to the company at the Globe
theater, in London, by James L in
1603 Burbage was performing at the
Globe theater on the night of June 29,
1013, when that edifice was burned.
This was shortly after Shakespeare
had given up the stage and retired
upon a competency to his native town
of Stratford. It is said that because
of this disaster not one line of a drama
by Shakespeare, in his handwriting or
in the handwriting of that period, has
been preserved.
Burbage died March 16, 1618, two
years after Shakespeare, and his death
was the occasion for much more elegiac effusion than.had followed the death
of hia great but modest friend. The
poets, who had been under heavy obligations'" to tbe actor, felt his loss severely and gave him what post mortem
payment they could. It is said that
Burbage was also a successful painter
In oil Ob, that he had given the Immortal bard a sitting or two before his
easel, but doubtless he painted for
ready money, and it may be that
Shakespeare was not a desirable patron of artt
Burbage, like Shakespeare, was not
unthrifty, and at bis death left a landed estate tbat produced ��300 a year,
equivalent to about six timej_ that
amount today or almost $10,000 a year.
���Exchange.
SWORDS OF JAPAN.
���f
Religious Ritas Follow Every Proceso
cf Their Making.
The sword making of Japan Is perhaps the. most curious tn the whole
world. In that country swords said to
be equal to those of Toledo or Damascus are made by a special series of
processes, but a feature of tbe industry
is the religious ceremonial that accompanies every process.
On the walls of the. huts in which j
the work is done are representations of i
the god of tbe sword makers and tbe
chief goddess of the Shinto*.. There
are also bits of paper and wisps of
straw, charms to keep away evil spirits. No fema'le Is allowed to enter the
place, as the presence of women is supposed to be conducive to the appear-
ance of demons, who would certainly
bring disaster* to the sword's mission.
Prayer is offered before the work be*-
gins, and various religious rites must
be performed before any one of the
swords can bo declared to have been
well and truly made. '���-'������
The last thing that takes place after
the polishing and sharpening of the
swords is the offering of them one by
one to the sword god to be blessed.
The weapon is placed in front of the
kakenfona on the wall, with an offering
of sakl. rice and sweetmeats, after
which prayer scrolls are read and a
blessing upon the work is invoked.^
London Globe,
THE YELLOW  HAMMER.
Flriflir Nalli Twenty-.hree Inches Lena
A celebi'iiled Clilncno piicst, resldont
lu Hhaughnl, Is n good oxnmploof (ho
length lo which tho unlives of this
country will go In order to gain nolo*
rlety nnd drn"w~ln the money,
In tho cimc of this Individual his holiness and "good Joss" nro nppnronlly
gnuged by tho length of his linger
r.al'n, ih'c ]tn��'t;>t ol! v,'l.!wi !_ tiu-iil>-
two ntirt.throe-qunrlerlnphei'ln length,
being, nn fnr nn enn bo lenmed, n record of 'this country of long nnllH,
Whon not on show ho Is ko mindful
of his trensures thnt ho wears Miem
In Rimrds mode of hollow hnmhnn, nnd
great'precautions nro taken that thoy
do not get broken, Thoy nppenr to bo
a money nmu'lng concofFi/ns Tu n conversation with tlio writer ho stilled
Mint up till tho present yonr ho him
liml plenty of buninesn nnd woi'Hhlpori
i\t IiIb tempi�� have bc.n vt-iy Mjiiu,r-
our, Ho fllntes thnt It took him (wen*
ty-HOvcn ycuru of aunful cultivation
(hey : reached   their   prevent
Hit Incurable Disease.
The late John Liny had been ailing
one time, and a friend made bold to
ask what the trouble wns. "1 am "suffering from au Incurable disease," Mr.
Hay replied with due gravity. Delicacy prevented (ho friend from making further Inquiry, but be told the
story to acquaintances, and the report
soon spread through Washington that
a deadly disease held the secretary of
state within its grasp. At.Inst an intimate acquaintance determined to ascertain tho nature of tho secretary's
ailment, and, meeting the latter one
day, ho sold: "I have been told that
yon are suffering from an incurable
disease. Is it true?" "It 1��," snld Cr.
Hay in a sad tone. "What is the incurable disease!" asked the Insistent;
���acquaintance. .''Old' age," said Mr.
,Uuy, with-a chuckle.
���''  '   '���' '"      ''    i  ',' i *',"  :'' 'ft.v*.
The Woril "8lrlke," ',
Tho earliest use of tho word "strike"
In tho BeuBO of stopping work occurs
.In tbo London Chronlclo,,for September, 17C5, In connection witli a coal
strike. This publication reports n
grcnt suspension of labor In tho Northumberland conl fields, nnd tho colliers
aro staled to havo "struck out" for a
higher bounty beforo entering Into
tholr tiflunl yearly "bond." Tho tlmo
honored Illustration of profitless labor,
"cnrrylng conls to Newcastle," appears
to havo received Its first clap In tho
faco during this strike. Tho Chroulclo
reports that "dovornl pokes of coal
woro brought from Durham to Now*
cnstle by ono of tho common carriers
nnd nold on tho nnnd bill ,for nlnepenco
o poko, by' which ho cleared sixpence
u poltc/'-IiOtidon Chronlclo,
Love.
Wo nre oft deceived In lovo, and
oftonor wounded, nnd ofteucst unhappy* but, nflcr nil, wo Jovo, and whon
wo Bland on (ho threshold of tho tomb
nnd turn nbout (o look bnclc upon (ho
ground wo hnvo trnvorHcd It will bo
well If wo enn nny, "I hnvo suffered
of ton, I" hnvo been deceived many
tinioB, but I hnvo loved. It Is I who
hnvo llvod, therefore, nnd not n dream
being created ont of my prldo and my
wcarlne��i),"-Gcorge Sand.
And tho Tie That Binds the Bird to thi
State of Alabama.
It 1s not generally known that the
state bird of Alabama is the yellow
hammer. In explanation of this fact
the chairman of the fish and game
commission of tbe state writes as follows:
"As a matter of history it.Is known
that Confederate uniforms became
scarce toward the end of the war;
therefore In order to provide the gallant Confederates with proper clothing
the good women picked the cotton,
carded It into rolls, spun tbem toto
thread, wove It on' home made looms
into cloth, and then tbey were distressed to find tbat tbey did not have
nor could they procure the dye with
which to color.the cloth tbey bad
made. They deliberated over this
vexed question for many days, and
finally an ingenious dame suggested
"that'hickory^ba"rk~b"e*"b"oiled"aud*"that
the cloth be dipped Into the yellow
water that would result from the boiling process.
"The bappy thought was enthusiastically hailed, and tidings of tbe solution swept the State, aud so all the
uniforms were made of bright yellow
cloth. The loafs wero made witb long
tails, and tbe soldiers that wore them,
when they ran after the enemy, very
much resembled the yellow hammer,
the bird that seems to dip through the
air ns gracefully. as docs the seagull
skim Jhe waves of tho opal ocean."-*
Birmingham Age-Herald.
COOKING VESETABLES.    .
Uto   Uncovered   Utensils   Except   Foil
Dried Beano or Peas.
Two mistakes are commonly made
in preparing vegetables for tbe table:
The first of these Is the practice of
keeping the vessel tightly covered during the entire process of cooking. This
is done usually with an Idea of preventing the dissemination of unpleasant odors through the house. But the
effect of'it-is directly the opposite. The
odors confined within the vessel grow,
instead more rank with the chemical
changes that take place, and when the
vessel Is opened occasionally, as It,
must be, these extremely disagr("enb,a
odors escape. Besides this, the vegetables themselves are made less digestible when cooked in this way,"with
the exception of dried beans or dried
peas.
The second mistake commonly made
is that of cooking vegetables too long.
Instead of being made more tender by
prolonged cooking many vegetables are
made unpalatable and indigestible.
Cabbage, for instance, If cooked the
right length of time, Is pleasing of
flavor, aud for most persons entirely
digestible, but If cooked too long tt
causes Indigestion and loses its flavor.
���Garden and Farm Almanac.
How to Bo Beautiful.
"I want to look as pretty as possible,
but I have lamentably littlo time to
spend In beauty processes." is tbe cry.
of the ..busy woman. There Is every
excuse apparently for the daily inattention to the small cares of tbe toilet, but
at tbo 6amo time tbe girl who neglects
her appearance is paying too great a
price and is her own worst enemy.
Now is the moment to, begiu n systematized plan of campaign and to follow some of tbe rules laid dowu.here.
Tbe care of tbo bands and nails is an
important matter. Keep on the toilet
table a jar of lemon Juice and glycerin
mixed, nud every time the hands are
washed and dried rub. this lotion well
into the cuticle. This will lake barely
a minute nud will keep the bands soft
and white. A little damp brown sugar
rubbed into the hands when they are
particularly soiled will in many cases
remove any stains.
Nails that nre brittle are the despair
of many women, but if a little vaseline
Is used every night tho trouble may be
overcome, or a very good paste to rub
in at night after the bands are washed
and the nails cleaned is composed of
an ounce of white vaseline mixed with
one dram of powdered castllo soap.
Tbo busy woman often suffers from
tired���'. feet. Sometimes this feeling
arises from high heeled shoes, or It
may be the reverse cose, for shoes that
are "down at the heels" are just aa
likely to produce the some effect, if
the engagements of the day are to be
fulfilled without undue fatigue, then
the proper poise of the body must b��
maintained, and this Is impossible if
comfortable footgear is not worn.
Bathing tbe feet at night tn'hot wa-
tej* and a little soda will relieve tbe
tired and swollen feeling, and It Is a
good plan to powder the soles with
boracic ncid powder, mixed with a
little orris root, if perfume is desired.
Not only should n good skin food be
used for tbe face, but attention must
also be given to the neck. The recent
fashion of wearing low collars has
proved ..very beueflclnl for the busy
woman, who has doubtless seen a
irreat Improvement In the shape of her
throat and color of tbe skin, aud even
though high collars may again be lu
vogue it will be well for many worn-ft
to keep the plan of wearing the roupc
collar in the house.
Catties of El Morro.
There are two things about San Juno
which ore. to be found In nlmost every
part,of Spanish America where thero
are mountains or highlands. One Is
the sthtiio of Columbus; tho dtber Is
the cnstle of- El Morro, Most pooplo
of the United States aro more familiar
With Morro cnstlo In Ilnvann. Wbeh
tbey hear there Is another Morro at
Santiago In Cuba and thon another In
Porto nico they wonder whnt it means,
Tbo explanntlon Is quite slmplc/d'hoso
castles or citadels nre located on.pro-
jeetlug necks of high Innd which doml-
nato/tho harbor eutrunces. El Morro
In Spnnlsh simply menus "tho'snout."
Somo of the pIcturesquencHs of tbo
term Hueni,. to disappear when wo
open!* of n snout of land, but It is vory
good geographical tcrmlnology.-Chrls.
thin Herald.
Held on to the Bill*.
A prominent minstrel man says that
not long ago nn attache of his show
.was sent eut lu u certain town to glvo
some handbills or heralds to boys for
distribution. The,man found ouly one
boy willing to work. He didn't deem
it necessary to explain to the boy that
the bills were to be distributed about
town. He look It for granted that the
boy know. Tho youngster took the
printed slips ot paper, and tbe mnn
gave bim a quarter and left. Half nn
hour later tho showman chanced to
pass along tho street and saw the boy
standing on tbe sidewalk, crying.
"What's the matter?" asked the man.
The boy gavo n couple of Uunl sobs
and. wiping bis eyes on his sleeve,
said:
"A man Jlat como along an' took ono
of my bills;"���New York Telegraph.
.   Birth of a Play,
Mr. Frohmnn Is snld to ponsess the
gift of seeing tho germ of n piny lu
jho slightest Incident or scntenco. An
Amorlcnn journnllst onco wroto to lilm:
"Denr Sir-Why couldn't a piny bo
written round 'Curfew Shnll Not Ring
'i-nlghtr*
Mr. ."tollman grnsped tbe Idea nnd
replied, "Excellent; como und boo me."
A few dnys Inter ho received a wire
Buying; "Can't come. If used send
1.500."
Tho chuck was acnt, David Dolnsco,
(ho dramatist, was called In, nnd tho
result was n very popular play, "Tho
Heart of Muryliin<L"--ICxchiiii_o,
Qroon 8cum of.tho Nile.
"Nile green Is nn opnqno green,"-ahId
a traveler. "It Isn't^the green of-a
wnvo breaking In tho bum. It's the
green of Iho scum that flouts on duck
ponds. Every year nbout (he middle
of April 'the Nllo bccbmoH covered with
a green scum, a gonulno duck pond
flcum. It strikes Khartum nbout April
20, and It flonts on down to Onlro-a
solid scum that 1b often H00 miles long
without n bronk, This scum Is mado
of mlnuto lives, nlgno. It has an of-
fenslvo smell. It Ih, In fact, ns of*
fonslvo to (ho'noso n�� to (lie eye.,, How
green tho Nllo Is then I On account of
(his scum the expression, Nllo green,
nroso. But It Isn't the waters of the
Nllo thnt uro green, So; (hey are ul-
ways muddy,   It Is tho hoiiiii,"
"To" build-up"the" tissues" of'the skin
and to massage tbe neck and throat
use lanolin and oil of sweet almonds
In almost equal proportions. Those
can be Incorporated together by placing them lo a Jar put in n pan of boll-
i.ng water. A small plncb of Jnnuln
will give n certain degree of nstrln-
gency to counteract the olllnes-J of tho
lanolin and sweet almonds. The Ingredients should be well stirred before
the tannin is added, and then tbo
whole compound should be well beaten.
HopeUit,
"Whnt Is tho inniler wllh thnt poof
follow'.1" miked tho mini who was "Booing the lunatic asylum." "Ho has au
interesting face."
"Thiit's it poet," replied tlio attendant.   "Queer cobo."
"Tell mo nbout lilm, lu (hero any
chance of his recovery ?"
"No; It's hopeleus,   Jt deems ho had
written a pnNloral poem In which ilia
I tinmo of Oheron   wim  used no vera I
Minus,  but  tho  proofreader  wnii  nn
1 Irishman, nnd when tho poem nppenred
in print Oberon hud been clinnged to
"I'm sorry, but I can't go," Jessy (lengfb.-Btrand Mngailoo:
liofor?
ilengfb.-
Llttle Orapi of W|Ur,
"Did they mako yon reclto 'Littlo
Drops of Wntor*i when you wero n
oiiiUTr*
"Yofl," replied Colonel Rtlllwell. "And
It didn't mop thero. When I grow np
lliey tried to InslBt on my adopting
thorn as a beverage,"-Washington
Star. 	
Admit the Wrong,
A man should norcr be ashamed (a
own ho ban beon In tho wrong.   It l*
but saying In othor words thnt U^ In
wiser today than yesterday,       ';
-"* i ii""" i |   11 i
EvporUne-t".
Manager-Could you do tlio landlord
In   "Tho  Lndy  of  Lyons?"    Actor-,'
Well, I should thlnlt no,   1'ro dono i
good raauy.-Loudou Tatlur,
The Fuiiy Ocean*
"I do so admire (bo oeonn," Aunt  o,nVleV.,,-^Vudw,i'7Jlbrnrjr.
Becky wroto to Iho homo folks.   "It,     ....
goes a�� fur as you can seo, an' then u
lectio further, but It's llko somo folks
I know, It Just enn't keep bMII, nn'
whllo It don't seem to buvo anything
lii'ilk'U.r to growl about its n-fUHuln'
iiu' n-.rcttln' day au1 ulght'"~*Atluuta
Constitution,
The Way of tho World.
*'-Opportunity U Uue every one cine."
"In what way'/"
"Always anxious to call on tho man
who Ib already Biicceg8ful."-Loul��ville
COutlor-Journal,
Setllno Him nioht.
The meek looking mnn walked up tn
tl-.t, li/.k tei;;i!cr. "! w,i;;t .uiulli!;;,;
to keep mo home nt nh.ht. Bhow me
my fnnltH, (ell inn how to upend my"-
"Hold on, old mnn," sold tho clerk,
"you'ro In Iho wrong depnrlment. Mot>
rhige bureau on tha left, threo nlileg
down."���PhllHiWPhln Heeord.
BvirTih��!��t
"Miitrlt-ony In a step In the dark,"
"Merely nnnlher wny nf unylng thnt
It jnrs you llko the step ibst Un'l
thoro, tbV'-nouMou rout.
It Do.m't P$y,
Tho troiililo with the mnn who falls
Is Mint fin wiintn to wait until tumor*
row (o Htudy (ho Ionium ot tlio hour.���
Chicago Record Herald.
If ono 1* patient nnd waK>h��a ill
will eomo of which one Is enpuble, but
no one ono bo pntli'iit who la uot In*
dependent,- Dlirn.U.,'
Don'ti For Eyet.
Tho womnn who wants to look
youthful and beautiful must not neglect the enre of her eyes and Incidentally the brows nnd lasbos, for these
affect both tho health and beauty of
tho eye. There Is a peculiar fascination about a pair ot fine eyes that no
woman can afford to Ignore. The first
thing to bo looked after Is their
health, No eyes thnt nro uot healthy
can possibly bo, beautiful, if thero la
nnythlng wrong with your sight consult an Qcullst nud never allow any
oho but a skilled person to tamper
with them.
It yon "have ntco eyes and wlnb to
keep them here nro some slmplo don'ta
to remember:
Never rend'facing (he light.
Hold the book on n level wllh the
eyea.
Dou't rend on n moving trnln.
Don't rend while you rock.
Uou't tnx your eyes whon yon or*
tired or hungry.
Don't try (o rend just ono mlnnto
more In the dark,
D.ui\ use your eyes when (hey
snurr. Smarting menus Mint Ills tlmo
to give lliein a rest.
Don't iinn.coKsnrlly fnco fho bright
MlllRlllllO.
Don't form nervo/in habits wllh tho
�����yon.
Cldor For FrectdM,
fllnr-o ko* ninny other nlwplo home
remedies hnvo como In for n xhtiro of
consideration In tho tronlinent of (heno
'persistent little brown Hpot��i on (ho
Hkln It would noeiu only fnlr (o give
(IiIh suggestion n trlnl. Tho method
consists In washing tho fnco ouch day
with warm elder, which In snld (o ro*
move tho lighter cues, Darker ouon, it
Is hinted, will come out with vinegar,
but ns this baih Ih very likely lo burn -
tho nklu It In necessary la .removo the
vtpgar with wnrln wnler nud cold
cii'iiin, \
Ij i,t! uiUl, ,'��.-.( un I In: i".nc aiid tii.nU
to dry Is nn acid that whitens tho skin.
If tho wash )enve<< n oour odor on tbe
akin remove with vlnegnr, hot wntor
and then n good fnee cronni,
tired whliencHD (o the b��nd��.   The.
bnndi iihould bo dipped In tho oil, then '
ill French chnllc nud Incaflcri In n pair,
of old gloves overnight.   Another plan
recommended as a hand beniillller !���-
to wnfcb wllh peroxide, letting It dry
on (ho bunds, then nib In n good cold
cream nnd don old kid gloros.   In the
morning waMi off with lemon julr*.
vinegar or elder, bo^ wafer and i good
iklu cream. **_iffi__e������___������*_5_!___  __^_3_S!fS^^_^8������ft_sar_5S*3ii  H0.1a_EfE__5.isj.  y^aKST65*_!S^_.-'5, %������  pzsatas&BEGxce*  ri'-s-SKteE^KKjasB.;  :**���������*������,  . e*m$3SpE__AMD, BEmSH- C@l^MP*&  .j .'.a ,;i������i-.i.'i'iTHL.i!iivi������<������uJm>J������l������i������i..  _*w*R  CURTAINS,  J.I A OKAS  CURTAINS,  CURTAIN  MUSLINS,  CURTAIN  .MA.DRAS,  .AIJT SATgENS  For Pay Week.  IP  |Jj     Victoria,  il. C.  f\rV<^*A<^i<V^^^rV%iiV>%AA/VV^ <  ���������E ARE Np.y SJIOWJNG the kst  assortment of Li noleurcis. at *?')_  and 6'2 1-2 cuts per square yd, . p-;cit-l  for pay-day week 45c and Dou per sq_. yd  A full line ,of Furnit.ure, Beds,  Stoves, and Rauges always on  A* MoKIITOON  McPhee Block,      punsmuir Avenue,  '   Cumberland  J!"-one cj'ja  THO.M-A'n,'CHi.5.'-:SiNt'.  Sidney, B. C. l'lsone V 36  Cumberland, B.C-  Phone J3  S. NAKANO-& CO;'  rbXl estate agents  IIkad Office 518, Fi.e,guard St  VICTORIA. B. C.  E. _U_l___D_J_E _-_ct_mi  I li.ivc been instr.'ctud by tl:e  ;3i<.-irs of the lute- G. U. Ac-ton tu  .*i'li������*;t   i:i    all accomifs <]\\  NOTICE,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (hat  The "Wellington Colliery Railway t.'om-  pary depositor on February   '-he   -O'h,  .vl*������U'-  .11  at, once.     PU-ase  ca  .,     1 1.12, iu tho  I .and Registry Offico, Victo!  jria, IJ. O., a duly certified copy of tho  "   !l * i plan, profile nnd book   of reference as up-  ;yy oUr'. ami settle Fame, j proved and sanctioned by t'-c M-;ii_tcr of  WESLEY  Y.'ILLARP.     j Kaih?a>'G of the  IWinc:;-,   February  Glh,  19!2, .of a Section of a ]>roposcd   lino   of  0'lic.ial Adiniuisti'itor.   ������������������_, .���������  ARRIVAL  ..AND    DEPARTURE OF MAILS  Tbt: following is the schedule  ?or the. arrival and  departure of  ihe mails:���������  Arrive Tuesday.. at 8.30 p, in.  Arrive. Thursday at.... 8.30 pin  Arrive Saturday at... .8,30 p.m.  Depart Wednesday ... .at 7 a.m.  Depart Friday.... ... .at 7 a. m.  JX-part Saturday... -at 4.3,0 p.m  -   ��������� ���������o-   t ��������� ,- '  Union Sawmill  Destroyed by Fire  II. Grant ������& Co's saw and plan-  ���������-i._ j!| "i j ) 1 if w&s-iotal iY'^'^Si royfti-������������������1>\-  tiro al midnight on _ionchiy. The  nlai'iu was founded shprtly beforo  1*2 o'.'lock. to which the fire bri-  fpkiu promptly responded. A  |������ri(������l force of water was soon  ./(���������ought to bfar on the burning  bstililji^r, bi.t the tire had gained  .,iK*!i headway befqro tl'p li rumen  inid arrived 011 the scene, that it  '".vus i ,u possible fp gave tlie in ill.  They" succeeded however "iu pte-  venting the fire reaching the ltnri  ]kv pile?, and the only con-sidBr-  able loss in that line was the  (Jestruction of seven hundred  loads of iii'ewootl v/hich was piled  af soiii.0 little ^istaiico from the  111 ill, and igtiite.il by flying "em  bi'is. The ninchinpry was totajly  dostroyod, witli the oxcoptioi; of  a large $i)00(J pinner, which is  thought to b<< buj, little dam-  jtged luii.l npi boyonilropnir. The  pre it i. .nppo.i(ii.l originated in  tho boiler room. There was no  j-igu of lire when the uight  wntchm.iu 'vent hi,-, ro'iii'ln but  :t hhiirt lime before. 'I In- nigju  \y,Hh very Citl'n, which tended  greatly lo pn-veut I In? : prfad ',-!'  iho conll-igrati-.m, which wits  watehetl by u' lur<*<< iiniti)*4>**' ot  .'Uizi'li., It i.s I'f.liniat.rd ilnl  \hu lo ���������������������������>, wit I l>,r uluiiil, ;;; (5,01)0,  There wm> no iiiHitrnnce.  The dt'Mtiiu-.lion ul   lid.-;   mill  will be n gtvnt lodn mid inuonvoii  l^rici- t<i the <:ity, I'.pee'i.Hy al  this Mage ������������f t'liiii'^'rlnml'tt de-  Vfl'ipiiit-nt, wlu-n luiililing matt.  li.'ih- nre in i-iieii deinainl. Tlie  mill was built ov^r lueilty ycarfi  ���������igo by tlit' Wi'llingtou Cplliery  V'O., ii.iiiiiiit t\; \jd. <.oiHii>t:(tiilu  it tbe fjreiiN'r ],<>\'*\ti\i ol tinii timi'.  railway from Tho "Wellington Col'.icry  Company's railway near Trent Rivor in  Section 6, a, Township 2, Nelson Di-t-  riet, B. 0., fr.ora these through und over  Sections C, a, audi, and Lot 80, Ne sen  District; Lota S2? 153, 169, 231, 247, 179,  138, 136, 93, 13f 227, 223, and also  Se.ction 3, Township 9, Comox District  to Section 3, Township 9, Comox District, B. C, Wellington Colliery Kailway  -Company 1-y  .   "W. L. COULSON,  Presidept.  F. COMPION,  Sycretary.  NOTluE.  NOTICE is h.erediy giveii tliat  the pawtnership firm of "MoKeau  & Biepoe" .carrying on business at  Courtenay, JB. C., as dealer? in  general merchandise,   was  dissol-  \ed_p_s of Uie 2lst_day of_ J ul y^  1912. The business will in fu������  u re be carried on by Mr. William  McKean. All debts and obligations against the said firm niu.-t  ue presented for payment to the  said William McKean, and Sill  debts and obligations due or ac  eruing duo said linn must be paid  to the said William McKean.  l*\ 11. K Bircok  W. G. McKran.  Dated July 20) h, 1912.  mm**iamm^xjtVKam.%mivwm ___��������� <\i iu.*i*ttMxttmr-w������r.*m^mM>tr,'[vma  Gramophone Needles for sale by  Cliss. Segravc at Use News office.  "*! rjJvWAjs^'^-^Hv^j^A^f*^ ��������� **-^"-"*������*'""������--'*i������M*V^  " ���������MAROCCHl BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OP'  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  6X3)������������������������������������������������������������^ fi*i������������������������������0K*3e������������������������������������������g)������������@,.  V Bicycle Shop-  Jl. Jlakanishi, Pr-op.  .���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������    .,    . ,'"  Bicycles, Sowing Machines,  ;'/Guns,Etc_,,Etc.  Plumbing Done. .  I   W. Copp's Famous Stov.es & Ranges.  Stovepipes etc;  Telephone 7-0  ������������������������S������������������������������������������������������������    6)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$  fill!i;i!!!!ili!!l!i!li;i!!!!lllllillll!!l!l!!ll!!!lli:ill!:!:il!!lll!l!!:i!lllllll!l!illlll!::i!ll!!lll!llll������^  Ageuis for Pilsener ftrewiug Con-pan^\s BEER  Wholesale Dealers  in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  -��������� SECOND    STREET  ii ynu want anyllmi}, i������ v.-sl-scs, mm  c ISC-? 01 trunks, try Tlie Big Store. They  have tli,e largest nnd most (osnp'.etc assortment, -a tlie most reasonable pi ice.?.  .NOTICE is hereby given that  an apjiiicatiou will be made 611 behalf of the Estpiiinalt aud Nanaimo Railway Company, to the  Board of lluilway' (.'oinmi;:sioneis  for Cauad-i ijt the expiration of  one month from the date of this  Notice, or as soon thereafter as  tbe application can be heard, for  a recommendation to tbe Governor in Council for the sanction of  a lease of tbe K_(piimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company to the  Canadian Pacific ,,1'v.iiiway Com  pany for a term of ninety nine  year** from the first day of July,  11)12, on the terms and- conditions therein mentioned.  This Notice is given pursuant  lo lbs provi.ions of section 361 of  tho -'Railway Act."  w. k salsi.ury,  tiecrotary, Esquimau   and  Na  naiino Railway CotiTpany.  Dated aj; Victoria, the 27th day ol  July, 1912.      ���������  KOI. SALE ^-Standard bred  driving mare $}t years   old,    als  niiibor tired buggy and harness in  Apply ptuuber-  o'ood condition  Grand Sacred Concert.  A sacred .oruot will  be keld  in. St.  Gftoi'gL,'s-'i{'resby!eii:i!j ("lunch   on  Sunday c/^ninp, Au-iiisi-iSth,  ai  . o'clork-  p. 111., for the bc-ner.i. of Mrs. l.-^.-in ;'.nd  Mrs. Bcruu-i.kic.     Tha  (ol''>win^   have  consented to take pan in the  program :  t.OI'RANCS  Miss Lawrence, Miss McKenzie-  Miss Ilunrlen, Miss-Hfnderson  Vjolinmst,  Mr. McMillan  Kcciiatinn,   Mr. Parkjnson  Hakitonks  '     T. Lp\\is, W. Williams  Se!ecnon-j by St. Gi-nij.;t'-. Choir Tic,  .C umbci l;u\d_CiLy���������Ba_id_.\vi_ilj e_n__d__.'___s__LV.e_  rh-.i.e .^'.eriions duriny the evening.  ;cial  y  _L_i  a  s  -I  a  3  Try The Big Store, if you want clean  new Groceries; now floods arriving by  everv boat, delivery and ���������..uUfaciion  (juara'Ueecl.  M . H. Wilson, of Nnnuimo, is fip. new  local   mnu."per   il   < nr     tolojj' ������1.0 b.-i-  vi eit: t-uoco B'on '0 M.\ Yumi*. Ho  asrivpil h- rw 01 ll"0 8t!v, iu L,, and \\ill  t lw ujj hi_du'.i..ipo,������ S-'ploaib-r lutf.  11.0 L.������n, Di'tii-1 C.iinruiuiti! Sit-  p"'���������iuio'd'"-1 B. U, T.lophoni Cu-iUin  town.  1110 Hotel.  n������iwiMtjw_j������mi*flg_-_w_*g)aai*jt5������3gar������<������w^a^  ^_ftma*momita*cp_r v*xar^makv*OKa*Mm vpmri-SKBBKsansz  h���������anwjm*mvav& &s*aWsmeM*mKtm������\ ������p^K*_a������ica_E.2  ?ja_.__c?.  GIDEON HICKS PlANO CO'Y.  ' beg, to announce that tney have-taken  over the Victoria Branch of Hicks &  Lovick Piano Company, and business '__  in future will be carried under the  above name. .  '. The Policy of the Company will be  continued on the principle that no  sale is desirable unless the purchaser's _~  satisfaction' is such as to lead to oilier  sales aud hold the good will of the  customer.  All accounts now standing in Ihe  name of Hicks & Lovick Piano Company will be payable to  Gideon Hicks Piano cot-  809 GOVtRNivlENT STREET,   Opposite P.O.   VICTORJA, B. C  l!l!lll!!llliai:iiliii!llllilU,!!n!!!ffilll���������TO  r_  J>\\'l'l!i;illltli;i':illllilli!l!!lll(!!]l!!li!l!!W  g-Capital-Faid-Up $7-481-980- ���������* Keservc  0_Q.A o ____i_rt o _s_.  (|"U|"9.rVJ. _-���������*"���������  *-**-   g*~  \M\  .������***.������������*.-...  I'oii''. hnyy\ the gi'.nl hoxm;*  0<inti'.st iu ('iiiiibcrbuid lla'd 1 11  jMitut.Jity evt'iiin^, A'i^ii.-L 1'iti;,  I'vhveeii Tex Kosti-r nr.d (> V'l nn-  jf-V-'Jtty.  Mit*ri (;iureo..i'"!������ -in^in^* hi ;<���������  tyl'jri;".'- V\'<: byt-���������;{���������'.<; -r*Titr.'cfi <->\  Hm.dtiv nijj;bi. vviii *.'ii'itly nj������|ir<s;������  y\i\U-i. by 'be   Iwrjjv  < ,r.gr*gnj f*  _Xt<liib!*d  Mr, if.-d Mm, H. Utlerorr ������vi II ���������  |wiva������C.uiib^k������id in thu ������������ar fu-1  \kiuijo t.Ut*-. up. ifiei*  icsl'leu (������ inf?|  Buy Your Groceries and  Fruit  at  Our stock is always New and  Fresh.  We will open up in the new  Dalles block (next to tlie restaurant) about Aug. 1st, with  a new stock of Dry Goods,  Men's-Furnishings, Boots &  Shoes, etc. The 'Ideal' Store  McRae, Acton, Hayrnan  P. Phslupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  dunsmuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  1 **uw*\w*m**t.m  \t.BOfiO$R  Manufacturer of. MINERAL WATER  *i������rjNM',wv.w.^;w*w**WA'r.^  P, 0, BOX -103  PHONE 20,...  MMMMMtMUHMUUnNMUM*..  MDiiiuantMwuiviwK  111111111=-  AN OXFORD MOTOR WAGON  MEANS MORE BUSINESS.  t������M**^*-^_*������-*-������fci������������-������MM_i,-������-'j tm>+*msmi*m*i+������m  U^A^>^h,������^J^iOUktaiC.V^^^  ,       w ���������������>!������������..*������ t#������vfy   '*���������  ^*������.������..i, *m*yi*r*f^*-,*r% .  ������S* <J*t*������������*rt������*������if ' 9* W  *t T l  \U 1 ���������*,  :_  ^V*%'������  i  tt*fs.**>cj_*>|������iij-a,.-7 Yi*\*t&*i*������i������s*. c������  \**-tt*M*jra*-*������*X l.#  ��������� \- 0\**<r..:rj".^'tr.  ft  IM1  Ji*:  \\ Kle itMaKe iiK'irlHmif cvciv'tVneic aic iccati/. Hij<  the jKi.-.sibihtu:;' oil be motor \\n.*an ns a means  of Iranspoi'intion and   delivery.    The ''Oxford''  was built )'iit'|.ori.!y lor light delivery, hns a car-  ,,.;,,,, ,,.,,,..,;(,. n( }'nM )n 1,.,,,, [\Vi . t,.,' (���������(-).',������������������? onlv  "51050. It. will dii move work than two horse deliveries, at an allium1 saving of of about >VHoo in  nutnin.' expensies. almost enough tu one year to  pay the f.ii^itju) cost.     Write or call and oak us  4   * * 1     i .  It*    |l,U,.     .lit if   ������5l.lvvi|U i.l>������  i  1, #w ���������*  THCS. PLIMLEY  y.VJ������ YATtJS 43TRf?.H.'r        ,     VSC V*?:u.*....B, C  "i  The Royal'Bank of Canada. - j . |  1 DRAFTS   ISSUED   L\T. ANY   CUR-UENOy,   PAYABLE   Al.L "1  | OVER -THE    WORLD. |  | SPECIAL ATTENTlONpnid to KA VINOS ACCOUNTS & iniprpM |  |   ut highest  Current Rail's allowed on b< potil. of S1 nnd upward}-. ������  I CUMBERLANP, B. C,, Brunch, Open Daily. |  | UNION WHARF, B,,C,   Sub-Brach, Op.n Thuredftys a  1 D. M. MORRSSON,' Manager, ' g  | COURTENAY,   U.C,    Brarfch,   Oj-on Daily. |  1. WM.' HOFPp'iVIanagcr0       / |  %liiiiiiiii!lll!lllliiiiiliili:illllll!lllli;iilM  n-rtMHcri-wiiri_������iMiw^Mm_i--w__<jw**nii'������-ttn���������T"i ���������* 'T'" ---���������*������������������--'���������������-*-*--��������� vonvumawt.Mriuivu'Wri.-.fwtiiirnr-������"tt**w.i<*������^l-*i-ji������<������-_:_i^

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